Prince Harry may be grappling with second thoughts about his past reservations toward the royal family, especially as the birthright of his children hangs in the balance.

Despite Prince Harry’s close relationship with his late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, he once expressed hesitations about his children following in her footsteps. Recent insights from anthropologist and conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall, a close friend of the Sussexes, shed light on a conversation they had before Harry and Meghan announced their decision to step down from royal duties in 2020.

Dr. Goodall, the first person outside the family to hold Prince Archie after his birth in 2019, shared details of the encounter. During an interview for a special edition of Vogue magazine, Meghan, holding Archie, entered the room as the conversation was concluding. Dr. Goodall jokingly made Archie do the Queen’s Wave, remarking, “I suppose he’ll have to learn this.” To her surprise, Harry responded firmly, saying, “No! He’s not growing up like that”, told Mirror.

The revelation suggests a shift in Harry’s perspective on the royal path for his children, indicating potential regrets over his earlier stance. The biography, “Battle of the Brothers,” highlights this moment, emphasizing Meghan and Harry’s determination to chart a different course for their family.

As discussions around Archie and Lilibet’s royal status continue, some experts believe that Harry and Meghan’s decision to step back from royal duties may have a lasting impact, potentially affecting the children’s chances of having a royal role in the future. The unfolding dynamics within the Sussex family raise questions about the complexities of balancing personal choices with the expectations tied to royal heritage.

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