Prince Harry‘s position in the line of succession to the throne has recently been challenged by two royal commentators who believes the Duke of Sussex should be removed as he is no longer a full-time working royal. But royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams believes such a move would be detrimental to both the Duke of Sussex and the Royal Family.
He told Express.co.uk: “Meghan and Harry have global status and are aiming at the United States and the wider world.
“We have clearly seen, most recently in the statement they issued about service, that they are deeply unhappy about the way they perceive they have been treated by the Royal Family.
“To introduce further division by advocating removing Harry and their children from the line of succession would be most unwise.
“It should be borne in mind that there is a great deal to be gained for both parties by this rift being healed.
“Also we have not yet seen Oprah and what they say to her could change a good deal.”
Prince Harry and Meghan officially stepped down as full-time working royals at the end of March last year.
They have since relocated to the US and struck deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify, with the Duchess of Sussex also investing in a local startup.
In 2020, the couple also launched their organisation Archewell, which includes their foundation as well as their podcast and TV production companies.
By stepping down, the Duke and Duchess retained their full titles – but were asked not to use their His/Her Royal…