Prince Harry could possibly return to the United Kingdom when Prince Charles takes over the throne, Princess Diana's former bodyguard Ken Wharfe claimed.

Wharfe, who worked as a police protection officer with Princess Diana, Prince William and Harry, firmly believes that Harry, 37, would not spend all of his days in California. He claimed that the 37-year-old British royal could make a dramatic return to the UK for a new role.

The "Diana - Remembering the Princess: Reflections on Her Life, Twenty-five Years on from Her Death" author, told podcast "Save the Queen" that Harry's return to UK is based on his gut feeling. "I just cannot see them forever more living in California. It's clear to me that Harry is not quite a fish out of sea - I mean he is getting involved in charitable work and he has these attachments to Netflix and other companies but quite where they'll end up we don't know."

"But I just think his involvement with his military charities - quite how he runs that on the other side of the Atlantic, I don't know. But I just have this feeling that he could well be back in a new role, with or without Meghan - I honestly don't know." Wharfe continued, "I do think he will be back in some form as part of his father's plan for trimming down the monarchy because within the next decade that is going to happen."

Meanwhile, Harry previously told America's the "Today Show" that the United States remains his home for now. "Home for me now is, for the time being, it's in the States. And it really feels that way as well. We've been welcomed with open arms and we've got such a great community in Santa Barbara." Host Hoda Kotb asked once again if America felt like home for Harry, to which he replied with, "Yes."

Harry and his wife Meghan Markle officially stepped down from their senior working royal duties in 2020. They are currently residing in Montecito, California with Archie and Lilibet. Harry seldom returns to his homeland. The recent visit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was in June when they participated in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations marking Queen Elizabeth's 70 years service to the British throne.

Harry's comments came as new figures reveal that the number of new HIV diagnoses among heterosexuals is higher than for gay and bisexual men in England, a trend occurring for the first time in 10 years. Kevin Winter/Getty Images

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