That’s what experts are saying could happen as the duties with the Royals is shifting all over the place thanks to the Coronavirus.
William is now stepping up to take over the Queen Mums duties and his father’s duties as they shelter in place to avoid catching the Coronavirus.
Palace insiders say Harry could indeed be back to take over his former “Senior role” within the family as everyone struggles to keep up appearances during this trying time.
One has to wonder how Meghan feels about this?
She is said to be “relieved” to be back home in Canada and away from the “weird” Royals and “uptight” Kate Middleton, Williams’s wife.
Prince William could soon take a more senior role in the Royal Family during the coronavirus pandemic should the Queen and Prince Charles have to go into isolation, experts have claimed.
Today the Queen was today seen leaving Buckingham Palace for Windsor Castle with her faithful Dorgi on her lap. She travelled there a week earlier than usual to spend time in self-isolation over Easter, and was joined by Prince Philip, who was helicoptered from Wood Farm in Sandringham.
Earlier this week Health Secretary Matt Hancock said people over the age of 70 will be told to self-isolate, even if they do not have symptoms, in a bid to stem the spread of the disease and protect the most vulnerable in society.
Given the Prince of Wales, 71, and Her Majesty, 93, are within this age group, as third-in-line to the throne the Duke of Cambridge may be required to provide a ‘physical presence’ of the monarchy.
Nigel Cawthorne, author of Call Me Diana: Princess Diana on Herself, told FEMAIL: ‘It is entirely sensible for Prince William to act as placeholder for the Queen.
And Grant Harrold, who was a royal butler between 2004 and 2011, explained: ‘It is possible that if the Queen and the Prince of Wales are in isolation, then Prince William as second-in-line would take a more active role during this period.’
Nigel added that, should the Duchess of Cambridge fall pregnant during the pandemic, the Palace would have to go ‘on bent knee to Prince Harry to ask him to act as placeholder’.
‘I am sure he would come back and be delighted to help out, too, and do anything to protect his father and grandmother,’ he said.
Though that could be difficult given Prince Harry is currently self-isolating in Canada with wife Meghan Markle and their son Archie, who turns one in May. [Daily Mail]
Could this be a step that Harry’s willing to make in order to help bring him and his brother back together after his marriage to Meghan tore them apart?
RELATED: Report: Meghan Says Harry Feeling “Helpless” Being Quarantined in Canada, Worried Sick About Royals Back Home
We reported just a couple of days ago that Harry was feeling “helpless” in regards to his family while he was isolated in Canada.
We’ll see if things dissolve to the point where the Royals have to call on Harry, or if he actually reaches out to them. Especially if he’s feeling guilt and “helplessness.”
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