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Prince Harry "initially refused the trial period" before leaving Royals


Prince Harry was so keen to leave the royal family that he initially refused to offer a trial period that could make him and Meghan return to Britain after the Megxit, royal sources claimed.

The review was requested by courtiers and other kings, with the queen wanting to let Harry know that if he changed his mind he could return to the herd.

However, the Duke of Sussex was determined to take a "clean break" and had to be persuaded to agree to the trial period.

A source said, "He was decidedly against the review process."

Harry is believed to be against the idea because it came from "the institution" and he feared that a review would reduce the impact of their departure and allow the media to write that they could return.

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The queen wanted to include a review period that would allow Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to return to the royal family after the Megxit – although Harry initially declined the offer

According to the bombing biography Finding Freedom, Harry believed that the & # 39; old guard & # 39; at Buckingham Palace didn't like Meghan and wanted to make her life difficult.

This belief is believed to have fueled his desire not to include a review option in Megxit.

The latest claims come after days of revelation from the Finding Freedom biography, which revealed Harry's and Meghan's increasingly fragile relationship with the palace.

The book has broadcast the divisions between Prince Harry and other kings, including his brother Prince William, with one source admitting: "People are aware that this doesn't look good to anyone."

However, some have suggested that the Times disclosures aren't as bad as expected.

It was reported that the book Harry and Meghan insisted had nothing to do with them had "torpedoed" their chances of returning to the royal family after the trial period.

Sources have now refuted the idea, however, noting that the Sussexes have shown no signs of returning from California while revealing that Harry was against the review at all.

One said, "under no circumstances would you ever admit that this was a big mistake".

However, a source near Harry and Meghan said, "Am I excluding them from taking on family roles in the future? Absolutely not.

The biography, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, also revealed that Harry was "frustrated" that he and Meghan "often turned their backs on other family members, including his father and brother". Pictured: The royal family after the annual Commonwealth service in March

The biography, written by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, also revealed that Harry was "frustrated" that he and Meghan "often turned their backs on other family members, including his father and brother". Pictured: The royal family after the annual Commonwealth service in March

The biography of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is already a hit. In the picture the couple in London in March

Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand will not be released until August 11th, but is already high on the media giant's bestseller list as royal fans pre-order their copy

Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand will not be released until August 11th, but is already at the top of the media giant's bestseller list as royal fans pre-order their copy. At the time of writing, the book is at number 14 on the US charts. The couple on the left in March

& # 39; But a full return soon is not likely. It’s not because of hostility or anything. They have not yet achieved what they want to do. & # 39;

They also insisted that the relationship between Harry and William is not as bad as the book depicts.

Duke and Duchess of Sussex's biography is the best-selling book on Amazon UK two weeks before its publication.

Finding Freedom by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand will not be released until August 11th, but is already at the top of the media giant's bestseller list as royal fans pre-order their copy. At the time of writing, the book is at number 14 on the US charts.

Scobie and Duran have spoken to more than 100 sources, including "close friends of Harry and Meghan, royal adjutants, and palace staff (past and present)", with all information in the book including "at least two sources".

Prince Charles, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry arrive in St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham for the traditional Christmas service of the royal family in 2018

Prince Charles, Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge, the Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry arrive in St. Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham for the traditional Christmas service of the royal family in 2018

They refuse to give interviews or contribute directly to the book, but the intimate nature of some details raises questions about who the sources were – and whether Harry and Megan gave them their blessings before giving them so closely guarded glimpses of the private life Couple revealed.

In the latest excerpt, they delved deeply into the story of how Harry and Meghan became a couple, their first dates, their first visit to Kensington Palace, and Harry just three months after their relationship, to which Meghan quickly said, "I love you" said answered "I love you too".

The book also discussed the relationship between Harry and William and the Duke of Sussex's relationship with his father.

Harry felt that Prince Charles valued his own public image about their father-son relationship, the biography claimed.

Harry was also "snob" William "p **** d off" when he was warned to take things slowly with "this girl" Meghan.

And William allegedly questioned Meghan's intentions and feared that Duke of Sussex was "blind to lust".

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