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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are trying to ‘widen divide with Firm’

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be seeking to further “maintain a disconnect” from the Royal Family as they look to buy their own property in London, a PR expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are aiming to have a home base in London, insiders told the Sunday Times, rather than ask the King for property on the royal estate after they were removed from Frogmore Cottage.

According to PR expert Kieran Elsby, Harry and Meghan were preparing for another feud with the Royal Family as they begin their property search.

He told The Mirror: “While they’ve voiced their desire for privacy and independence, their actions, such as this potential property purchase, might be interpreted as a deliberate move to maintain a disconnect from the Royal Family.”

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Mr Elsby said it’s “essential” that the couple find a balance between their own lives and their connection “with the institution that has been a significant part of their lives”.

Director of Media PR Global, Keiren said he was unsure whether the potential property purchase will damage the relationship with the royals, but did say “it’s clear that the divide continues to widen”.

While reports have claimed King Charles is “ready to reconcile” with the couple, Dr Ed Owens, author of After Elizabeth: Can the Monarchy Save Itself?, said the decision is solely Meghan and Harry’s.

Mr Owens claimed Charles is holding “the moral high ground”.

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