He told Express.co.uk: “It does seem unlikely that Meghan will be visiting Britain any time soon. The same, in the short term anyway, applies to Archie and Lili.
“I see no substance to the rumour that Harry will split his time between the United States and Britain. He has serious concerns about security and still has a case pending against the Home Office regarding this which is awaiting trial.
“It is obviously important is that there there is an arrangement, probably, though not necessarily with the Royal Family, which gives him a secure permanent base which he can use when he does visit Britain.”
They added: “Making use of a small apartment in Kensington Palace from time to time isn’t out of the question, but when it comes to a home in the UK, they will purchase that themselves.”
Upon their marriage Harry and Meghan were gifted Frogmore Cottage by Queen Elizabeth as their home, and they kept it for a few years after leaving royal life.
However after the publication of Harry’s memoir Spare in January this year, the King asked them to vacate the property.