Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could be forced to spend Christmas in UK

MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry could be forced to spend Christmas in the UK to avoid being "clobbered" by a major tax bill, according to sensational royal claims.

PUBLISHED: 17:52, Sun, Oct 18, 2020 | UPDATED: 18:01, Sun, Oct 18, 2020

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Royal author and editor-in-chief of Majesty Magazine, Ingrid Seward said Prince Harry could even be forced to come back home alone with or without his wife and son Archie Harrison because of his status as a British citizen. The Duke of Sussex is currently living in California with his family after his sensational decision to quit the Firm.

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But Prince Harry is not yet a US citizen.

Ms Seward said it would be a “good idea” for Harry and his wife Meghan to return to the UK for Christmas or face being “clobbered” with a huge tax bill.

She told the Daily Star online: “I was wondering actually whether Prince Harry would come over for Christmas, he might well do because if Meghan is going to pursue this court case, it would be a good idea to be here.

Meghan markleMeghan Markle and Harry could be forced to spend Christmas in the UK (Image: PA)

meghan marklePrince Harry is not yet a US citizen (Image: GETTY )

"Prince Harry will also have to come back at some point, regardless of the case, because of his tax situation.

"He isn’t an American citizen and will be clobbered with a large chunk of tax, which I’m sure he doesn’t want."

It is unclear how the duke and duchess are planning to spend Christmas due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

READ MORE: Royal expert explains what could ‘end’ the Harry/William relationship 

meghan markleIt is unclear how the duke and duchess are planning to spend Christmas due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic (Image: GETTY )

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