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Princess Diana’s former butler appeared on Good Morning Britain alongside Viscountess Julie Montagu and journalist Sally Jones to speak about the royal couple’s documentary. Hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway quizzed the trio on what the future holds for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and what they believe the family will choose to do next.

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Paul insisted the British public “will lose” Prince Harry and Meghan as they look to spend more time out of the spotlight.

He told hosts Ben and Kate: “I think we’re going to lose them, we’re going to lose them.”

Paul went on to add Harry could follow in the footsteps of his mother in trying to find a new home abroad.

“Diana was in the process of finding a home in another country, she went to South Africa herself,” he said.

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Paul BurrellPAUL BURRELL suggested Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could move to America to escape the media afte (Image: ITV • GETTY)

Paul Burrell Kate Garraway Ben ShephardPaul insisted the British public 'could lose' the royal couple (Image: ITV)

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“She went to see Christiaan Barnard in South Africa and looked for properties because Charles Spencer has property there as well.

“She couldn’t find one so her attention to America strangely enough, it’s ironic isn’t it, that she was looking for an apartment for house on the West Coast.“

Julie noted baby Archie has dual citizenship so it is likely they could spend more time in America.

“Would we still

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