In a recent interview, Prince Harry appeared to try to explain why he left the Royal Family and revealed his future plans for whether or not he would rejoin the Firm.
Speaking to Dr Gabor Mate, the Duke of Sussex revealed that he had “always been different” from his family, adding that his mother Princess Diana felt the same way.
“Of course, all my life, when I was little, I felt different from the rest of my family. I felt weird being in that container, and I know my mother felt the same,” added Harry.
Herzog also said: “My wife saved me. I was stuck in this world and she was from another world and helped me out of it.”
Royal fans and commentators have shared their views on the 38-year-old royal’s latest statement, with speculation that the duke will not return to his family because he has never felt happy and feels “different” and isolated.
The 38-year-old royal’s big announcement comes as the last olive branch for King Charles III’s son, as the monarch officially invited Meghan and Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, to his and the Queen Consort’s coronation this spring.
A spokeswoman for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told The Times they had received “emails” about the coronation, but no decision had been made on whether or not they would accept the invitation.
However, it is said that Meghan and Harry will not be seen in royal processions or on the balcony of Buckingham Palace with other members of the royal family if they attend the coronation ceremony in May.