The Royal Family have been going through some major changes and it looks like that isn’t going to stop over the course of the next few years.
After the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have met in private with Prince Charles, according to one expert.
The expert claims the Royals need Harry to come back after he left the family in a highly publicised decision with Meghan.
The pair only just returned to the UK recently as part of the four-day bank holiday, though they currently live in California with Archie and Lilibet.
If Harry does return to the family firm, it would be a major U-turn on his previous decision to distance himself from them.
Will Harry and Meghan rejoin the Royal Family?
Tina Brown, author of The Palace Papers, has claimed the Royal Family "are going to need Harry back".
This is because the royal firm needs help to relieve their workload as Harry’s exit has put continued pressure on the remaining members.
The firm continues to slim down in a move to streamline it, with there being “a great effort” to put attention on the heir, Charles and the Cambridges, as Tina stated on the Guardian’s podcast, Today in Focus.
Tina explained: "It's looking a bit skeletal, because they weren't supposed to be losing Andrew or Harry, so a bit of a problem slimmed-down monarchy at the moment.
"I think there is excessive pressure on the Cambridges at the moment to be essentially taking up the slack for both Harry and Andrew.
"And I do think at a certain point they are going to need Harry back, particularly probably after the Queen dies, because he was an asset."
What would a ‘slimmed down’ Royal Family look like?
It appears the Royal are preparing for what the Royal Family will look like after the Queen’s death, with Charles aiming for a reduced version of it.
There has been speculation regarding Charles’ vision and a more cost-effective family for years, but there has never been any official confirmation on what it will look like.
It seems the recent Jubilee was a glimpse of the future though, with fewer royals being involved.
On the Sunday, the Queen made a surprise appearance on Buckingham Palace’s balcony, joined by Charles, Camilla, William and Kate, and their children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.
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