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Prince Harry calls US his primary residence in new paperwork

Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, has declared the United States his primary home for the first time, according to business filings for his travel company Travalyst on Wednesday.
The prince has listed the U.S. as his “new country/state usually resident,” officially moving his primary residence out of the U.K. The change of address was filed on June 29, 2023, the day Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, vacated their home at Frogmore Cottage.
The Daily Mail first reported the updated paperwork.
The change comes years after Harry said he considers the United States “home,” if only “for the time being.” In an interview with Good Morning America in February, Harry even floated the idea of becoming a U.S. citizen, saying it “has crossed my mind.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have called California their home since 2020 after stepping away from their full-time positions in the royal family. The couple’s public grievances with the royal family, including allegations of racism and other mistreatments, have involved legal battles over royal privileges such as security details while visiting his home country.
Harry has previously said that his residency in the U.S. is an assurance that his children, Archie and Lillibet, remain safe in the absence of police protection. Frogmore Cottage was the “only place that’s left as a safe space” in the U.K., the couple said.
Harry’s declaration of his U.S. residence comes as conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation is suing the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) for access to his visa application. The organization wants to reveal if Harry lied about a history of drug use on his application after he said in his memoir “Spare” that he experimented with cocaine and psychedelic mushrooms.
In March, a U.S. judge ordered the government to surrender the documents for the court’s consideration.
Former President Trump has weighed in, suggesting that if the basis of Harry’s U.S. residence included deception, “they’ll have to take appropriate action.”
“He betrayed the queen. That’s unforgivable,” Trump told the U.K.’s Daily Express in an interview in February.
“He would be on his own if it was down to me,” he added.



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