PRINCE Harry will be flying back to the Atlantic this week to reunite with Meghan Markle after an interview with The Queen.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made their way to the top of the royal family crisis – but the Queen has made it clear that she is deeply troubled by the fact that they are resigning.
After the Sandringham talks, His Majesty released a statement saying that the couple will be able to step down from their duties and spend time in Canada.
But he said, “Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life.”
Harry returned by plane to the UK for the summit of the crisis while Meghan waited for the £ 14 million Vancouver villa during the talks.
The prince is expected to return to his wife and little Archie this week to the luxurious Canadian pad where they spent their long Christmas break – though a riddle about who actually owns it deepened when a controversial mining magnate denied it was his .
The news came when Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered his support to Sussex and said that most Canadians would welcome the couple by making the country their home.
Trudeau said: “I think most Canadians claim a lot that the royals are here, but what they look like and what kind of costs are involved, there are still many discussions to discuss.
“There are still many decisions that must be made by the royal family, by Sussex themselves, regarding the level of commitment they choose to have.”
The couple will now go through a “transition period” that will see them “create a new life as a young family” and spend time in both Canada and the UK.
Little Archie stayed in the villa with her mom Meghan while Harry returned to London
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It is understood that he will reunite with Meghan and Archie in Canada after the engagement.
The queen said she was “fully in favor of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family.”
The summit, which lasted nearly four hours, took place between the queen, Prince Charles and the brothers William and Harry.
The minutest details of the deal – especially the controversial question of who will finance the couple’s new life – will be eliminated in the coming days.
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The queen made it clear that she wanted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to remain “full-time members” of the royal family.
However, the couple stuck to the guns during the Sandringham talks, insisting that they wanted to live a more “independent” life.
This means that they will spend time in Canada and the UK while raising their son Archie.
During the summit on the Norfolk estate, they also insisted that they would become financially independent – no longer relying on the public stock exchange.
And while Her Majesty’s statement hinted at her sadness that Meghan and Harry would pass, the Royal Family can now work on the finer details of just how the couple’s new life will look.
Royal aides should now reveal the finer details of how the couple will create a “new young family life” together.
These discussions will likely include whether the couple will continue to use their HRH titles and how they will keep their real duties separate from their private work.
Other details to discuss should be how their security is managed and what, if nothing else, will happen to their patrons.
The 93-year-old monarch made it clear that she wanted to see “complex issues” to be addressed soon.
A further announcement about the couple’s future should be revealed “in the coming days”.
In a deeply personal and sad statement, he claimed to be “totally in favor” of their offer to “create a new life”.
But she stressed that she – and the rest of the royalty including Charles and William – wanted the couple to stay.
The monarch made clear his profound disappointment at their decision after yesterday’s Sandringham summit.
But the result is that “what Meghan wants, Meghan gets” – the line that Harry spoke infamous consecutively after the Duchess was prevented from wearing an emerald tiara at her wedding in May 2018.
In an unusually personal message signed by His Majesty, he said: “Today my family had very constructive discussions about the future of my nephew and his family.
“My family and I are completely in favor of Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family. Although we would have preferred them to stay full time
“Members of the royal family, we respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a precious part of my family.
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“Harry and Meghan have made it clear that they don’t want to rely on public funds in their new lives.
“It has therefore been agreed that there will be a transition period in which the Sussex will spend time in Canada and the United Kingdom.
“These are complex issues for my family to solve, and there is still a lot of work to be done, but I asked that the final decisions be made in the next few days.”