Prince Harry's 'charm' needed to help stop Barbados 'flirting with ...

PRINCE Harry's unique charm could have helped prevent Commonwealth nation Barbados "flirting with republicanism", according to a royal expert.

PUBLISHED: 23:00, Wed, Nov 11, 2020 | UPDATED: 23:04, Wed, Nov 11, 2020

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked royal fans around the world when they announced they were stepping down as senior royals earlier this year. They quickly set up a new life in LA with son Archie, where they have already supported local charities in California. The couple also spoke to young Commonwealth leaders earlier this year, where Harry raised the subject of the colonial background of the Commonwealth.


Their move to LA came just months before Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley said the Caribbean Island wants "full sovereignty" by the time it celebrates its 55th anniversary of independence from the UK in November 2021.

The Telegraph's Associate Editor Camilla Tominey claimed Prince William and Kate have lacked Harry and Meghan this year to help "share the burden".

She added Harry could have helped "charm the Caribbean" if he was still a senior royal.

She said: "In order to be thoroughly modern parents who want to do the school run and yet at the same time, Kate and William are ever-increasingly in demand to carry out royal duties and ever more so because Harry and Meghan are no longer on the scene to share the burden.

Prince Harry's charm has been praised by a royal expertPrince Harry's charm has been praised by a royal expert (Image: GETTY)

"The other problem for the Cambridges in the Covid era is the sense they can’t go on some of their foreign charm offensives.

"The lack of foreign travel is particularly problematic at the moment and we’ve got Commonwealth realms like Barbados flirting with the idea of republicanism.

"Ordinarily, the reaction to that kind of political manoeuvring would be to send Prince Harry in to charm the Caribbean but you can’t do that at the moment as nobody is travelling anywhere.

"We’ve had Prince William doing link-ups with

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