- Buckingham Palace denies King Charles might be forced to let Prince Harry stay at Kensington Palace.
- Prince Harry, now based in California, is effectively homeless in the UK after eviction from Frogmore Cottage.
- Harry's role as a counsellor-of-state requires him to have a UK residence.
Buckingham Palace has responded to rumors suggesting that King Charles might have to allow Prince Harry to reside at Kensington Palace during his UK visits. This discussion arises due to Prince Harry's position as a counsellor-of-state. As one of the seven royal family members holding this role, Harry could act on behalf of the King during his absence.
However, there's a legal requirement for counsellors of state to maintain a residence in the UK. Prince Harry, who now lives in California with Meghan Markle, doesn't have a UK home after leaving Frogmore Cottage.
There were suggestions that Harry might be offered a place at Kensington Palace, where Prince William and Kate Middleton reside. But Buckingham Palace has firmly denied these claims.
During a recent short visit to London, Prince Harry had requested to stay at Windsor Castle but was informed he'd need to book in advance for such stays in the future. On this trip, he stayed in a hotel and visited the Queen's grave privately.
Separately, there were reports that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex had asked teachers and students to sign non-disclosure agreements during a school visit in New York for their Netflix documentary.
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