Royal Editor Rob Jobson urged Buckingham Palace and the Queen to accept that Prince Harry will not return and heralded his new roles as a “brilliant move for him”. Prince Harry was recently employed by coaching start-up company BetterUp as a “Chief Impact Officer” in a deal that is expected to pay handsomely after he left the Royal Family. But the royal has drawn much debate over his new role and what the day-to-day actually involves.
Speaking to Good Morning America, Mr Jobson said: “The Palace has got to accept that Harry is not coming back to be a full-time working royal.
“He’s made that very clear, it gives him something positive to do on a daily basis.
“And I think for a young man who has great experience in management and putting people together it’s a brilliant move for him.”
Biographer Omid Scobie who wrote “Finding Freedom” also appeared on the show to talk about Harry’s new job.
He explained: “This of course is not his first big role.
“As a working member of the Royal Family, he’s used to busy schedules and living up to a very big title.
“So the nerves are more going to be with the company than Harry himself.”
Prince Harry was recently employed by mental health coaching company BetterUp which charges £364 a month for its services.
He explained he only had Princess Diana’s multi-million inheritance to live off and was forced to secure money-making deals.
Prince Harry’s Archewell website reveals the production arm of his charity wishes to “embrace the power of storytelling” through a “compassionate lens”.
The royal drew criticisms when the news of his Netflix deal was made public after the platform’s Royal Family drama “The Crown” depicted several family members in a negative light.