As rumours swirl about potential trouble in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's marriage after it was claimed by various outlets that Prince Harry sometimes stays in hotel rooms in California alone, many have wondered what would happen if the couple did split.
While the story of "an escape place" debunked by a representative for the Duke, the questions persist.
Speaking exclusively to OK! former BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond offered her view on what would happen if Prince Harry were to ever return to the UK and integrate himself back into the Royal Family.
Jennie explained: "I think that Harry, without Meghan, would be forgiven and welcomed back into the royal fold in the fullness of time. But it is still unlikely at the moment.
"If the marriage broke down and he came back, I think there is still enough goodwill towards Harry, well, to the old Harry that we all remember.
"He could recoup the ground he's lost and in time and be welcomed back. But I don't think it's it's anywhere on the horizon and I don't imagine he would be anywhere near as despised as Prince Andrew is."
Following his solo arrival in London for his father's Coronation back in May, Prince Harry is set to return to UK again very soon for the next stage of his ongoing legal battles.
Prince Harry is returning to the High Court in early June as he takes Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) to court over allegations of phone hacking.
He will take to the witness box and is one of a number of high-profile figures bringing damages claims against the newspaper group over alleged unlawful information gathering at its titles.
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