"We all know that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's marriage is going to end in divorce, but if Prince Harry left now he'd lose his children," claims Princess Diana's former Butler Paul Burrell on Sky News.
"I've always been worried about Harry. Am I the only person in the United Kingdom that is thinking that Harry (has) finally woken up to the truth?" Mr. Burrell told GB News host Dan Wootton.
"Has he finally seen the truth of what his wife is doing? That he's been brainwashed and that he's been mesmerized by her beauty? But I have no doubt that when this happens - because we all know that it will happen - he will return to the United Kingdom."
"If he left his relationship now, he'd lose his children because she'd keep them in America, and he wouldn't see them." ~ Paul Burrell
Lady Colin Campbell, 73, responded to reports alleging that Harry had been spending time alone in two hotels, one near his home in Montecito and another in Los Angeles. "The problem is that the information doesn't necessarily match up with their public face. But of course, their public face is to an extent slapped on for monetary gain," the British socialite noted.
"And also, if there are real problems in the marriage, which there do appear to be, Harry's going to have a heck of a time extricating himself, because he has been very overt about all of his failings."
Lady Campbell continued: "He's not in a very good position legally in terms of preserving his position, especially in terms of custody of the children, but I don't, I don't know that it's got to that stage yet. And you also have to be very careful what you believe, because anything coming from Montecito can very easily be a lie."
Mr. Wootton noted that Meghan could potentially want to reinvent herself at the expense of her marriage after being seen as a "laughing stock".
"Meghan will be particularly conscious of the fact that she's now being viewed as a laughing stock and she might want to reinvent herself. When she reinvents we know how brutal she can be," the GB News host said.
Last month, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, signed for representation with William Morris Endeavor, an agency known to work wonders for flagging public image.
At this point, the state of the Sussexes' marriage is speculative as no official announcements have been made regarding their status.