Prince Harry's has "opened the door" for brother Prince William's kids to have an "easy exit" from the Royal Family in future, an expert has claimed.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, and wife Meghan Markle, 39, quit royal duties last year and moved to the US to live independently with son Archie.
The rift between the couple of Harry's relatives has grown ever since following an explosive TV interview in which they accused one family member of racism and "perpetuating falsehoods".
Harry also blasted the royals for showing "total neglect" for his mental wellbeing a second interview with US chat show queen Oprah Winfrey.
Now, royal finance expert David McClure believes the Harry's "healthy" decision to leave the Royal Family behind could inspire other members, including William's three kids – George, 7, Charlotte, 6, and Louis, 3 – to follow suit.
"If you don't want to do it – get out," he said. "I think the system up to now has been too inflexible and, clearly, Harry was unhappy with the situation.
He added: "Although it hasn't worked out very well, it has set a precedent so maybe if one of William's children feels the same way, there's a precedent for saying 'listen, I want to lead an independent life.'
"In that sense, Harry has opened the door for other royals to have an easy exit."
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Despite becoming estranged from much of his family since emigrating to the US, Harry made a rare trip back to the UK last week to join the Duke of Cambridge in unveiling a statue of their late mum Princess Diana on what would have been her 60th birthday.
But he is said to have spent just 20 minutes mingling with the 14 guests those who attended the "private" event at Kensington Palace on July 1 before leaving in a chauffeur-driven car.
A day later he flew back to the US to see his growing family, which now includes newborn daughter Lilibet.
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