Prince Harry tells Good Morning America he has thought-about turning into a citizen | EUROtoday

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LONDON — Prince Harry says, yeah, properly, possibly he has thought-about turning into an American citizen sometime. That could be massive. He’s fifth in line to the throne in Britain. But hit pause.

In a softball interview broadcast on “Good Morning America” on Friday, filmed on the ski slopes of Canada’s Whistler resort, the Duke of Sussex was requested how his father, King Charles III, was faring after his most cancers prognosis was revealed final week.

“Look, I love my family,” Harry stated. “And the fact that I was able to get on a plane and go and see him and spend any time with him, I’m grateful for that.”

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Harry, 39, flew to London from Los Angeles and spent lower than an hour along with his father, then returned to California the subsequent day. Royal correspondents reported that he didn’t see his seemingly estranged brother, Prince William, inheritor to the throne, nor his sister-in-law, Catherine, the Princess of Wales, who not too long ago underwent stomach surgical procedure and is recuperating at dwelling.

In the GMA interview, Harry kind of evaded a query about whether or not his father’s prognosis could be galvanizing for the royals, answering with a extra common remark based mostly on his interactions with veterans and different households.

GMA: “An illness in the family can have a galvanizing or sort of reunifying effect for family. Is that possible in this case?”

Harry: “Yeah. I’m sure. … Any illness, any sickness, brings families together.”

When Charles went into the hospital for a process for a noncancerous enlarged prostate, his medical doctors found most cancers. Buckingham Palace has stated it isn’t prostate most cancers however has not advised the general public what sort of most cancers it’s, nor what sort of remedy Charles is present process as an outpatient. Charles has forgone, for now, his public-facing duties and is staying on the royal residence at Sandringham.

GMA requested about Harry’s “outlook” on his father’s well being.

“That stays between me and him,” Harry answered.

The bulk of the section targeted on the Invictus Games, a contest for wounded service members that the prince based. The 2025 competitors is slated for Canada. Harry tried out skeleton racing earlier than the cameras, hitting a pace of 61 mph.

Harry was additionally requested how life goes for him and his household in California, the place he lives along with his spouse, Meghan, and their two youngsters in a seaside-adjacent mansion south of Santa Barbara. The prince stated he beloved it.

GMA: “Do you feel American?”

Harry: “Ahhh. Do I feel American? No. I don’t know how I feel.”

GMA: “Would you think about becoming a citizen?”

Harry: “Oof. I have, I have considered it. Yeah.”

GMA: “What would stop you from doing it?”

Harry: “I have no idea.”

The prince stated that U.S. citizenship “is a thought that has crossed my mind.”

He then added that it’s “not a high priority for me right now.”

Harry recommended that his future flights and duties may take him by Britain. “So, you know, I’ll stop in and see my family as much as I can,” he stated.

Harry and Meghan aren’t properly favored in Britain, showing on the backside of recognition polls, only a tick above the disgraced Prince Andrew.