Prince Harry might lose his last royal role according to experts.

Harry and wife Meghan Markle left their royal titles in the UK to live their life in the US with their family in 2020.

Now the former Prince is facing the loss of his final royal role according to The Daily Mail.

In 1937 the Queen's father King George VI created the Regency Act which decided the Counsellors of States in their current model.

The members are the monarch's spouse and the four most senior members of the royal family over the age of 21, which means Prince Charles, Prince William, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew are among the four.

However, there are questions whether Harry is eligible due to living in the US now.

"All of these decisions – the military titles, the HRHs in abeyance – could theoretically be reversed. However, having parliament take formal action to remove them as Counsellors of State is in another league entirely.

"If the Queen does take steps to have this situation remedied and Harry is axed, there really is no going back," said a source.

After Harry's exit he is not suddenly likely to drop everything and come back to his "British life and royal duties."

"However, whatever you might think about his choices over the last 24 months, for more than 15 years he well and truly did his bit for the Queen and country including serving two tours on the frontline in Afghanistan, helping significantly change the conversation about mental health and founding the Invictus Games.

"Being removed, by parliament no less, as a Counsellor of State would really be the nail in Harry’s coffin of his former life as a frontline member of the royal family."

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