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Charles and William hope Britain can still be a ‘safe haven’ for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

Prince Charles and Prince William hope Britain can still be a ‘safe haven’ for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle if life under media spotlight in Canada gets too intense, royal sources claim

  • Charles and William have told couple if they wanted to come back they could
  • Under Sandringham deal, pair will cease to be working members of Royal Family
  • Meghan and Harry already begun transition phase of living in Canada and the UK

Prince Charles and Prince William have told Harry and Meghan that if they wanted to come back to Britain they could do so, without taking on any official duties.

Senior royals are planning on giving the couple a safe haven in the UK if press intrusion gets too much for them in Canada, a source told The Sunday Times.

Under the terms of a historic deal thrashed out at Sandringham this month, the pair will cease to be working members of the Royal Family from this spring. 

Prince Charles and Prince William have told Harry and Meghan that if they wanted to come back to Britain they could do so, without taking on any official duties

Under the terms of a historic deal thrashed out at Sandringham this month, the pair will cease to be working members of the Royal Family from this spring. Pictured: Harry and Meghan in London this month

Under the terms of a historic deal thrashed out at Sandringham this month, the pair will cease to be working members of the Royal Family from this spring. Pictured: Harry and Meghan in London this month

Meghan and Harry have already begun a transition phase of living in Canada and the UK with Prince Harry flying out to join Meghan and their eight-month-old son Archie this week.

Senior royals are planning on giving the couple a 'safe haven' in the UK if press intrusion gets too much for them in Canada, a source told The Sunday Times. Pictured: Prince Charles on Friday

Senior royals are planning on giving the couple a ‘safe haven’ in the UK if press intrusion gets too much for them in Canada, a source told The Sunday Times. Pictured: Prince Charles on Friday

The couple have been staying in a private £11million Canadian mansion on Vancouver Island.

On Tuesday, Meghan Markle was photographed taking Archie and her two dogs for a walk in Vancouver.

The Duchess of Sussex was followed by two royal protection officers as she strolled through the Horth Hill Regional Park.

A source told the paper: ‘The palace are very worried about the Sussexes, because they are vulnerable outside the embrace of the family.

‘They are making contingency plans in case the Sussexes suddenly turn round and say: “Can we come back under your wing?”‘

‘You could bring them back to Frogmore to look after them. They wouldn’t return to royal duties, but they could have a period of rehabilitation and recuperation.’

The couple have agreed to pay back the £2.4million of taxpayers money that was used to restore their Windsor home, Frogmore Cottage.

On Tuesday, Meghan Markle was photographed taking Archie and her two dogs for a walk in Vancouver

On Tuesday, Meghan Markle was photographed taking Archie and her two dogs for a walk in Vancouver

The couple have been staying in a private £11million Canadian mansion (pictured) on Vancouver Island

The couple have been staying in a private £11million Canadian mansion (pictured) on Vancouver Island

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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