The Daily Mail newspaper reported that Meghan flew back on Thursday, having never meant to be in Britain long, and "may stay there for the foreseeable future".
According to the Times, Meghan recorded the voiceover before the royal couple left for their six-week break to Canada to celebrate Christmas.
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There was said to be a mood of deep disappointment in the palace following the announcement, and senior members of the family are hurt as a result of the news.
In Washington, President Donald Trump weighed in, telling Fox News that he found the spat "sad". "I just have such respect for the queen". "She said, "hey, I want to be a princess" so now she's a princess", she added.
The process was expected to take "days, not weeks", the source said.
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Prince Charles and Prince William have reportedly directed all senior staff to collaborate with the Sussex household, with the aim of finding a solution to the issue. "We intend to step back as "senior" members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent, while continuing to fully support Her Majesty The Queen". The couple will also be allowed to keep their residence in Frogmore Cottage, which was given to them as a gift by Queen Elizabeth II following their marriage. The brothers were close for years following the death of their mother Princess Diana in a Paris vehicle crash in 1997.
The split between Harry and the other Windsors is the latest crisis the royal family has faced in a period described last month as "bumpy" by the queen in a televised annual address.
Despite the couple's decision, Harry will remain sixth in line to the throne.
There are a range of possibilities for the family to review, considering the couple's thinking that they outlined in their announcement on Wednesday.
They have recently taken several newspapers to court - a highly confrontational approach by royal standards.