PUBLISHED: 11:03, Thu, Feb 27, 2020 | UPDATED: 11:03, Thu, Feb 27, 2020
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, were called back to the UK by Queen Elizabeth II for a final engagement at the annual Commonwealth Service at Westminster Abbey on March 9. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will officially step down as senior royals on March 31 after announcing they plan to be financially independent but they faced a setback when the Monarch said they can’t operate under the term royal. Despite agreeing to not use the trademark, they hit out at Her Majesty for not having trademark over the term "royal" which sparked furious backlash.
Royal expert Roya Nikkhah doesn’t believe Harry will build any bridges during his time back in Britain despite needing to repair his relationship with his brother, Prince William.
Speaking to Sky News, Ms Nikkhah said: “We all feel a bit sad seeing him in his last few engagements.
“I can’t help but think it will be mixed emotions for him too.
“Yes, he’s looking forward to the next stage of his life but these last few engagements here will be the last phase of his life as he knows it in the Royal Family.
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Prince Harry is unlikely to be seeing much of his brother, Prince William (Image: GETTY )
Prince Harry and Prince William will see less of each other (Image: GETTY )
“That might be hard for him.”
Sky News host Kay Burley asked: “Do we know what connection he’s had with his family? Has he spoken to his brother?”
She continued: “We don’t know. He would have seen William. He left here three to