Prince Harry Would Never ‘Twist The Knife’ In Royal Family With US Citizenship, Expert Claims

Prince Harry, once a prominent member of the British Royal Family, now resides in the United States after stepping back from royal duties. However, an expert has claimed that he is unlikely to take the step of acquiring U.S. citizenship because of the deeper implications it might signify regarding his relationship with the Royal Family.

The Duke of Sussex’s decision to move to America with his wife, Meghan Markle, has been the subject of intense scrutiny. It has spawned widespread speculation about his intentions to potentially seek American citizenship.

Despite the relentless conjecture, according to royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams, Prince Harry is expected to refrain from making such a move. Fitzwilliams suggests that taking U.S. citizenship could be seen as an acrimonious gesture, akin to ‘twisting the knife’ with the royal establishment.

There are undoubtedly complex and emotional layers to Harry’s potential citizenship decision, including his tax obligations and the symbolic severance of his ties to the monarchy. The process of becoming a U.S. citizen entails certain formal commitments that might be perceived as particularly contentious for someone of Harry’s royal stature.

Furthermore, there are speculations that Prince Harry could choose to leverage a diplomatic visa, which he is entitled to as a British citizen, albeit this route has its own set of nuanced government rules and bureaucratic intricacies that would need to be navigated.

In light of these complexities, and the weighty symbolic significance attached to citizenship, it seems Prince Harry is poised to maintain his current status. Harry’s regard for his family’s image and his own reputation within the UK seems to guide his decision against seeking U.S. citizenship. This choice stands as a testament to his continued connection, albeit altered, with the Royal Family.