The dissolving of their British-based firm only added to the theory that the couple does not intend to return to the UK
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have cut one more tie with Britain as they dissolved their UK-based Sussex Royal firm. This news comes right after reports suggested that Prince Harry was doing everything he can to "become more American" and embrace his new life away from the UK. According to reports, Companies House documents show that the couple has instructed a voluntary liquidator to wind up the charity, which they had renamed MWX last year, reported The Sun.
Information on the site shows that the couple had put in a request to wind up the company on May 4, they have just appointed a voluntary liquidator. This suggests that the couple is not broke but is instead just shutting down the charity. According to local reports, it will take up to 10 days to process the same. Royal experts are now taking this as a sign that that the couple will not be returning to the UK after settling in California. Barely a few days ago, Prince Harry had announced the release of his mental health series, made in collaboration with Oprah Winfrey. Insiders pointed out that the Prince was "making a career and life for himself in America". He then did an interview with Dax Shepard, where he explained that he had moved to the US for the sake of his and his family's mental health. After suggesting that his father, Prince Charles' , poor attitude towards him was a result of Queen Elizabeth's failure as his mother, Prince Harry said that he wanted to break the cycle of "genetic pain and suffering that gets passed on anyway." Experts were certain that Harry has no intention of holding back anymore and that he was "out for revenge" for everything that was done to him and Meghan.
Reports claimed that Harry was trying to patch things with his brother, Prince William, and his father but Royal experts and authors were quick to suggest that it won't be happening soon. Noticing a certain "pattern" in his behavior, experts began to wonder if he would ever come back to the UK. When Harry described royal life as "a mix between The Truman Show and being in a zoo" during his interview with Shepard, experts were certain that he does not intend to come back. They further said that their new show suggests that the couple will remain in the US for the foreseeable future. The dissolving of their British-based firm only adds to that theory.