Prince Harry ‘won’t be able to stand LA and will return home one day’

Prince Harry won't be able to "stand" living in Los Angeles and will someday return home, his mother's former butler claims.

Paul Burrell, 62, acted as butler to Princess Diana from 1987 until her death a decade later.

He knew the Princess of Wales well, and has opened up about his predictions for the future of her youngest son.

Harry, 36, has made some drastic lifestyle changes in the last year.

He became a dad to Archie last May, began voicing his political beliefs more openly and in January finally announced he and wife Meghan Markle would be stepping down from the Royal Family.

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In perhaps the biggest shift of all, Harry and his family traded England for sunny California where they've lived since the beginning of the year.

The Duke of Sussex has been unable to return to the UK even for a brief visit due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

However Mr Burrell is betting Harry will someday be back in Britain for good after being "led down a different path" by his independent-minded wife.

"It happens in all families up and down the country, people are saying now 'My son married a strong independent woman who led him on a different path'," the former Kensington Palace staff member told ITV's Lorraine on Friday.

"That's exactly what happened to Harry.

"He's married this woman who has ideas of her own, he is so besotted by her and in love with her that she can't do anything wrong, now he's being led along her path."

"So now he's being led along her path. It won't always be that way because I personally cannot see Harry happy in Los Angeles.

"All his friends, his family and his culture are back here in England. He's not going to stand that forever."

There have been reports that Prince William has urged Harry to come home for his own safety and that of his family.

In April Harry's friend Jane Goodall suggested he was having a tough time adjusting to life in the USA.

"I don't know how his career is going to map out, but, yes, I've been in touch – though I think he's finding life a bit challenging right now," the 86-year-old primatologist said.

Harry and Meghan have managed to settle down in their new home largely out of sight of the UK press.

However they have recorded several videos from inside their £11m mansion in Santa Barbara.

They've also signed a lucrative multi-year deal with streaming giant Netflix which will see them produce and possibly even star in inspirational family entertainment.

The move has raised eyebrows among some critics who say it contradicts their repeated insistence on wanting privacy.

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