As the Queen slams Megxit’s door shut and strips him of his final job, Prince Harry has reached the point of no return.


As the Queen slams Megxit’s door shut and strips him of his final job, Prince Harry has reached the point of no return.

A royal specialist claims that Prince Harry has reached “the point of no return” and will never return to the United Kingdom.

According to pundit Phil Dampier, the Duke of Sussex has also suffered a “psychological blow” as a result of losing his royal patronages. Mr Dampier asserted that the Duke will be shattered by the Queen’s decision to divest him of his patronages of the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and Rugby Football League (RFL). It is expected that Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, would now take on the tasks, indicating that she is assuming a larger role within the firm, according to the expert.

While the royal commentator stated that Harry will not return to the United Kingdom, he also stated that it is a significant loss for the Firm.

Overall, Mr Dampier claimed that the Firm’s imminent decision to hand Kate his rugby patronages represents a “changing of the guard.”

“The handing over of the rugby patronage brings home that Kate is very much ramping up her royal duties and taking on more and more patronages and acquiring a bigger profile,” he said in an interview with The Sun Online.

“It also emphasizes the fact of Prince Harry being replaced in some of the things he enjoyed, which is unfortunate because it takes away the things he brought to the table.

“It’s another example of the guard shifting.

“It’s a psychological blow because it emphasizes the gap and makes it very clear that it’s over.

“The Queen had kept the door open, but it’s past the point of no return – I don’t see Harry bringing him back to the UK, and so yeah, it’s another blow, and another illustration of what he’s sacrificed for his new life, and what it’s cost him.

“I believe Harry will be disappointed and will miss his role as England’s rugby patron.

“He’s a tremendous fan, and I’m sure that when the dust settles and he’s been out there for a couple of years – despite the fact that he’s had projects to work on – he’ll start to miss these things and his buddies.

“But he can’t complain since he chose to leave the UK; he can’t pick and choose what he can do; he has made his bed and must sleep in it.”

When Harry was released from prison, he was deprived of all of his patronages. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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