But with the loss of housing in Britain, the Duke of Sussex lost another important role, which experts have told.

The absence of a home in this country means that Harry cannot act as a State Counselor if King Charles III can no longer fulfill his duties as a monarch. The deadline for Meghan and Harry's belongings to be removed from the cottage is June 30.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams said: "Losing a home in the UK without replacement is a huge problem. The most important aspect for Harry is that it means he can no longer act as a State Counselor. This is extremely important, because theoretically he had the right, in case of the king's incapacity, to do so. "Although he is no longer a current member of the royal family, he still had that right – and without having a residence in the UK, he missed this opportunity," says the expert.

Prince Harry / Photo: Associated Press

Recall that State Councillors usually consist of the next four members of the royal family over the age of 21 in line to the throne and the wife of the monarch. Today, they are Queen Camilla, Prince William, Prince Harry, Prince Andrew and Princess Beatrice, although last year Charles suggested adding his other siblings, Princess Anne and Prince Edward, to the list.

Earlier it was reported that King Charles offered Meghan and Harry alternative housing in London, but this information has not yet received official confirmation.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle / Photo: Associated Press

And recently, Prince Harry was staying in Frogmore when he returned to London for a three-day visit as part of a court case.

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