Prince Harry may have to “pack his bags” and head back to the UK as a visa row breaks out over his drug use.
The Duke of Sussex has openly admitted to using drugs ranging from cocaine to cannabis and psychedelics both on TV and in his explosive memoir Spare.
Royal experts have now claimed that the Prince could be in trouble when it comes to his visa, with a possibility that the way in which he obtained it is illegal.
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Christina Garibaldi, host of theRoyally Uspodcast discussed the issue in the latest episode following demands to see Harry’s visa application from conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation.
"This might be illegal, he might have to pack his bags and move back home," she said.
"I can't imagine if Prince Harry gets deported, what a drama it would be. You know, this is true.”
She continued: “When you apply for a visa you sort of have to prove that you are a really upstanding citizen, that there's no chance you're going to be in any trouble in your new country.
"You do have to declare that you've never taken part in illegal substances. I do wonder how Prince Harry answered that question."
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Criminal activity is a major factor in the visa application process and discovery that he had lied would likely lead to deportation.
His admission could also impact future applications.
The right-wing outfit is now baying for blood over the matter with a desire to see the application based on hopes of checking he was “properly vetted” before entering the US.
Speaking to theDaily Mail , Mike Howell, director of the foundation’s Oversight Project said: "This request is in the public interest in light of the potential revocation of Prince Harry’s visa for illicit substance use and further questions regarding the Prince’s drug use and whether he was properly vetted before entering the United States".
The Prince may also be in need of renewing his visa, with them typically expiring after three years.
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