On Mar. 31, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had officially stepped down as “senior members” of the British Royal family and have since moved to Los Angles to lead an independent life away from the constant scrutinization of the paparazzi.

But, it looks like their media woes are far from over as tabloids continue to cook stories about the couple, with the latest being that Prince Harry has been ordered back to England by Prince Charles “to do his duty” amidst the coronavirus pandemic. 

According to the latest story by the National Enquirer, headlined “Harry Ordered Home!” a very questionable “courier” acting as an inside source for the tabloid, has shared that Prince Harry has been ordered to come home by Prince Charles “to do his duty” and “put his nation before his own petty desires and the whims of his wife.” This “order” taken by Charles was after Prince William urged him to call back Harry, with the affirmation of Queen Elizabeth II. 

“The family’s facing an unprecedented nightmare…and Harry needs to play his part!” said the “source.” And as is the case with such dubious stories, Meghan Markle was once again the scapegoat and was cast in a negative light. Apparently, as shared by the source, Prince Harry had agreed to come back but Meghan refused to let him go back and had a major “meltdown”, giving Harry the option to either choose her or his family. 

And now, Gossip Cop unsubstantiated the already baseless story with a few solid facts

First of all, it would be impossible for Prince Harry to travel to the United Kingdom given the countless travel bans in place at the moment.  

Second, this “source” knowing about private conversations, that too in two entirely different countries and continents is rather impossible. 

Though the chances of Charles requesting Hary to return for help may seem possible, the story resting on the shaky ground of illogical claims and unnecessarily targeting Meghan Markle undermines its credibility. And it doesn’t help the authenticity of the magazine at all that in the past too, it had posted dubious stories about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. 
Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry visit the tunnel and trenches at Vimy Memorial Park during the commemorations for the centenary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge on April 9, 2017, in Vimy, France. Getty Images/Tim Rooke