Prince Harry is "chasing happiness" with his wife, Meghan Markle, however, the Duke "may never find it," royal biographer Duncan Larcombe has claimed. He belives their plans to move house again could be a sign of trouble in paradise.

In an interview with Closer magazine, Larcombe, who is the author of "Prince Harry: The Inside Story" which was published in 2017, made the claim following speculations that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will return to the United Kingdom later this year. The author shared how tense the reunion will be with Harry and his family after deciding to relocate to the United States. 

"It’s likely Harry and Meghan are planning to come over for the Jubilee in June, but they could come even sooner, as Harry is due to be in The Hague in the Netherlands in April for the Invictus Games. Either way, it seems that this year Harry and Meghan will return to British soil and face the family they have so publicly criticised. It’ll definitely be a tense reunion."

Queen Elizabeth is currently ravaged with issues including the loss of her husband Prince Philip, plus Harry and Meghan’s withdrawal from their royal duties and the recent news about Prince Andrew’s sex abuse allegations. The British monarch needs a boost. Like how Britain's top UFO detective, Nick Pope, figured aliens would respect the Queen but less so Princes Andrew and Harry. 

Harry together with Meghan and their two kids, Archie, 2, and seven-month-old Lilibet has been planning a move out of their Montecito mansion. The royal expert claimed that despite their life away from the royals, living in Montecito might not be perfect after reports emerged that the couple are making "private enquiries" about selling their property.

"If the reports are true and they're not happy in their nine-bedroom LA mansion, then I think that's a big red flag in terms of how happy they are," the author said.

Duncan also added how Harry might be "chasing happiness." "People tend to move a lot when they're looking for something. It could be that he's chasing happiness with Meghan, but never finding it."

The Duke has recently announced his upcoming tell-all memoir which is set to be released later this year. It will feature his childhood experiences, time in the military and his decision to step back from his official royal duties.

Prince Harry In this image released on May 2, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex speaks onstage during Global Citizen VAX LIVE: The Concert To Reunite The World at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Global Citizen VAX LIVE: The Concert To Reunite The World will be broadcast on May 8, 2021. Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Global Citizen VAX LIVE