Prince Harry Lists Residency in His ‘New Country’

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, declared the United States as his country of residency in a new business document, sparking speculation the 39-year-old might be close to severing all ties with his royal past.
The declaration was backdated to June but was only made public this week when Harry updated his personal details with his eco-tourism firm Travalyst.
According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, Harry surprised people in the firm by taking part via video in a business call.

But another surprising revelation was also made: He no longer calls the country of his birth his home.
The royal, who moved to California in 2020 with his wife, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, shared an update to his personal details on a document as a matter of general business, The Sun reported Wednesday.

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