Prince Harry is ‘considering the possibility’ of obtaining US citizenship

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The younger son of British King Charles III, who relocated to California in 2020 with his wife Meghan Markle following their departure from royal duties, revealed in an interview with ABC channel that he is ‘considering the possibility’ of obtaining American citizenship. Reported by the Daily Mail.

When questioned about the delay in doing so, the Duke of Sussex responded, “I haven’t made any firm decisions yet. Right now, I’m focused on the task at hand,” gesturing to the preparations for the Invictus Games in 2025.

He further commented, “The idea of American citizenship has crossed my mind, but it’s not my top priority at the moment.”

Born in Great Britain in 1984 and now a father of two, Harry also expressed ambivalence, stating, “I’m still sorting through my feelings,” while acknowledging his appreciation for the time spent in another country.

39-year-old Prince Harry also shared about his trip to the King after being diagnosed with cancer. He was ‘grateful’ to have seen his father Charles III in person and hopes the diagnosis can have a ‘reunifying effect’ on the Royal Family.

In recent news, it’s notable that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have opted to change their children’s surnames. Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet now bear the surname Sussex rather than Mountbatten-Windsor, a decision met with scrutiny from royal observers.

The choice to adopt the Sussex surname for their children aligns with the rebranding of their website, which prominently features their royal titles and the coat of arms.