Prince Harry in ‘very difficult situation’, as royal expert highlights ‘only three possible conclusions’

Prince Harry is in a ‘difficult situation’ after the Duke of Sussex was accused of lying on his US visa application, according to royal expert Jennie Bond

The Heritage Foundation launched a lawsuit to determine whether Harry had been untruthful in his application(No credit)

Prince Harry has found himself in a ‘difficult situation’, says royal commentator Jennie Bond – suggesting there are ‘only three possible conclusions’ to be drawn from the controversy surrounding his US visa application.

Harry’s potential US visa case could result in an “embarrassing outcome” for the prince, who “seems to have put himself in a tight corner”, Jennie believes.

The Heritage Foundation, an American conservative think tank, launched legal proceedings after claiming that the Duke had misrepresented his past drug use on his visa application or that he was favored by the US government.

Applicants for a US visa are required to disclose their history of drug use. Harry admitted using substances, including cocaine, in his memoir Spare, published in 2023, three years after he was granted his US residency visa.

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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, moved to the US(Getty Images 2018)

Jennie, who was a BBC correspondent for 14 years, told OK! that Harry is in a “tight corner” after “lying or receiving preferential treatment” from US authorities.

Jennie shared: “This is a tough situation that Harry is in. There seem to be only three possible conclusions: he lied in his visa application, he lied in his book, or he has been made a special case by the US authorities. All of this points to an embarrassing outcome for Harry. I suspect a way will be found to preserve his reputation and his visa, but it seems he has put himself in a tight corner for a moment when Harry’s application is unusual (assuming he denied drugs).”

Despite any flaws in his application, Jennie hopes US authorities will let it pass as Prince Harry finds “love and happiness” in his new life with Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, in California. She added: “I hope they don’t fail to make an example of him just because of who he is. He has found love, happiness and freedom in the United States. I hope he can continue to enjoy it. “