Prince Harry has officially switched his formal residential status from the UK to America and one expert believes it doesn’t look good for his Royal Family reunion

Prince Harry has “crushed the hopes” of those expecting him to reunite with the Royal Family as he made a major move in his life away from the UK, according to an expert.

The Duke of Sussex moved to America four years ago and has now hinted at plans to live in the US permanently. Harry has changed his formal residential status from the UK to the US in paperwork relating to his sustainable travel initiative, Travalyst.

He had previously opened up about plans to return to the UK, but one PR expert believes that is now unlikely. Speaking exclusively to The Mirror, Ryan McCormick said: “Harry renouncing his British residency in favour of the US effectively crushes the hopes of anyone expecting the prodigal son to return.”

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Ryan added: “Psychologically, it must be hard on those who view Harry as a symbol of Britain itself being of origin from the Royal Family.” The PR expert said Harry may feel at home in the US for now, but that could all change based on the reception of his latest Netflix project.

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The Duke of Sussex is releasing a brand new show with the streaming giant focused on polo. The series will give “unprecedented access to the world of professional polo” and will “pull the curtain back on the grit and passion of the sport”.

Speaking about the project, Ryan said: “For now, Harry may feel welcome in the US. However, that could change if his upcoming projects aren’t successful or his popularity wanes.”

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In a statement shared with Deadline, Netflix spoke about Harry’s project, saying: “Known primarily for its aesthetic and social scene, the series will pull the curtain back on the grit and passion of the sport, capturing players and all it takes to compete at the highest level.”

Harry’s show will be produced by Boardwalk Pictures, who have also released shows such as Chef’s Table and Pepsi, Where’s My Jet?. Miloš Balać, who has previously worked on Welcome to Wrexham, will serve as showrunner for the polo series.

Ryan McCormick is a PR expert who spoke to The Mirror on behalf of Goldman McCormick PR.

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