Prince Harry ‘Considered’ Becoming a U.S. Citizen, But it’s Not High Priority

Prince Harry ‘Considered’ Becoming a U.S. Citizen, But it’s Not High Priority

Imagine, if you will, a tale of a prince—not just any prince, but Prince Harry, who once upon a time swapped his royal digs in chilly Blighty for the sun-soaked realms of California. This narrative, peppered with a sprinkle of adult humor, unfolds as our ginger-haired hero contemplates the ultimate act of rebellion: becoming an American citizen.

Harry, now a dashing 39-year-old ex-royal, shared a chuckle with “Good Morning America” amidst the snow-dusted landscapes of Canada, revealing his flirtation with the idea of pledging allegiance to the Stars and Stripes. But hold your horses; it’s not quite the “high priority” one might think. Picture this: a British prince, with a twinkle in his eye, contemplating trading tea time for tailgate parties, yet pausing because, well, he’s got a snowball fight to win at the Invictus Games.

Meghan, his American Duchess, previously tussled with the notion of becoming British, a journey fraught with the perils of a citizenship test so fiendishly difficult it could stump even the stoutest of Brits. Imagine the scene: Meghan quizzing Harry on British customs, only to find even he’s baffled by the questions, a comedic moment of royal proportions.

And amidst this cross-cultural comedy, there’s a heartfelt subplot. Despite the jests and jibes, Harry’s love for his family shines through. The prince raced across the pond upon hearing of his father’s cancer diagnosis, a reminder that beneath the crown (or lack thereof), family ties bind tightest.

So, as our prince ponders the peculiarities of American citizenship, one can’t help but chuckle at the thought of this royal fish out of water, navigating the quirks of his adopted homeland. It’s a story of love, laughter, and the occasional longing for a good cup of tea amidst the coffee culture of California.