Prince Harry has been offered the chance to improve his marriage to Meghan Markle by . . . having an affair.
The bizarre offer has come from X-rated cheating website Illicit Encounters after surveying their members to find that 72% of cheaters found cheating improved their marriage.
And as Prince Harry heads to Dusseldorf for the Invictus Games, the site's experts claim that now is the best time for him to do that.
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Jessica Leoni, Sex & Relationships expert at Illicit Encounters said: “There is a stigma attached to cheating but affairs can provide a unique perspective for individuals on their relationship – and even help revitalise their marriage.
“If a partner goes through with an affair, it can force them to look inwards at their actual marriage and start addressing the issues that might have pushed them to cheat in the first place.
“Prince Harry invests a lot of his time into learning about himself and his mind and an affair could be another tool for him to use.
“We just wanted to nudge him in the right direction.”
The expert also claims that it would be an “honour” for one of the site's cheaters to engage in an affair with an actual royal.
She said: “Harry is in the UK – thousands of miles from Meghan – which is a lot more conducive to cheating.
“Recent research revealed four in 10 people think it's 'ok' to cheat when they're abroad, so there is no moment like the present for Harry . . . and it would be an honour.”
The company has gone as far as making their offer to the Duke of Sussex very public, posting it on advertising boards across London, and outside Buckingham Palace and Piccadilly Circus, as the controversial Royal is due to stop over in London on the way to Germany for the start of the games on Saturday.
The advert reads: “Spare time for an affair, Harry?
"Join the 72% of our members who say having an affair improved their marriage.”
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