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Prince Harry: Armed Forces 'miss' and 'love' Prince says Dannatt

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Baron Dannatt discussed the Queen’s funeral proceedings and mentioned Prince Harry saying hello to his wife during the procession. The retired senior British army officer claimed that it was wonderful that Prince Harry was back, and expressed a positive sentiment for the Prince by stating how great he thinks he is. Lord Dannatt went on to discuss with Piers Morgan what effect the events of the past ten days have had on Prince Harry. Royal experts have been speculating as to whether Prince Harry and his Wife Meghan will ever make a full return to the UK, as the couple have now built a life in Los Angeles.

Lord Dannatt told Talk TV: “One of the lovely things was as all the Royal Family came past Prince Harry looked in our direction and said to my wife, hello Pipa.

“Just wonderful that he was back, I just think that Harry is great and I just hope he’s got a role to play in our country in the future.”

Mr Morgan added: “I mean it is such a shame, isn’t it, what’s going on there.

“Because there is clearly this huge rift with the two brothers, there is a rift between King Charles and his son Harry and at the moment it seems quite deep-rooted.

“But you do get a sense that Harry had been back emersed into his former life in the last ten days, it would be… It would take a heart of stone, which I don’t think he has to not be personally affected by it in a way that may make him think am I going the right way with my new life.

“You know constantly attacking the family, the Monarchy and so on, is this really helping anybody?”

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Lord Dannatt said: “Well I think the events of the last few days must have had a significant effect on Prince Harry and his wife Meghan.

“I don’t know what their private thought processes are, what their personal ambitions are, but what I do know absolutely is that Harry loves this country.

“He loved the armed forces, his time in the army and his two deployments to Afghanistan and I was quite involved in both of those, were absolutely formative in his life.

“I wish him all the best, I wish Meghan all the best but frankly from my point of view, and I think the British armed forces point of view and veterans point of view… We miss Harry, we love Harry.

“I don’t know how the future is going to work out but I hope he’s got a role to play in this country in the future.”

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Royal family 'need' Harry and Meghan says royal expert

Since Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex reunited with the Prince and Princess of Wales for the Queen’s funeral many members of the British public have been hopeful of a full return from the Royal couple.

Many have also expressed their outrage at Prince Harry not wearing his full military uniform as he was permitted to.

The Sussexes are expected to return to their home in LA as the funeral proceedings have ended, but royal experts have not pin pointed an exact date.

Other Royal experts have been uttering a similar sentiment as Lord Dannatt.

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Royal biographer Tina Brown told Lorraine: “This is an incredible moment to be used and the country loved that feeling of unity, they loved seeing the brothers back together and marching as well and it really was a beautiful sight to see them all back together.

“Let’s face it, Harry is a magnificent man, he looked wonderful I thought, funnily enough, the fact that he was wearing a civilian suit not uniform… your eye kind of went to him constantly in the crowd.

“But I think unless he gives up his book and these tell-all documentaries type stuff and stops doing the interviews then there can be no trust.

“If he does that I think there is very much a way and I do actually think the royal family now needs them, there is a lot of work to be done.”

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