Harry should be King say fans thrilled by announcement of his first 2022 event

Delighted fans are welcoming Prince Harry’s return to public appearances as he prepares to launch his career as as a “chief impact officer” for mental health startup BetterUp.

The San Francisco-based tech firm offers professional and personal coaching through a mobile app that it says will help people live “more meaningful, vibrant lives with greater clarity, purpose, and passion”.

The Duke of Sussex, 37, will be talking about “personal stories, challenges, and successes,” at a company event on February 3.

Sussex fans have reacted with delight at the news, describing the prince as “the best and nicest royal,” and saying he’s escaped the fate that has befallen many “spare” royal sons by finding a purpose.

Responding to royal biographer Omid Scobie’s announcement about the event, one fan wrote: “In years to come, Harry may be seen as the wise Royal.

“He looked upon the lives of Andrew and Edward and saw his own fate. Too much idle time, assigned tasks as needed and thought, self, um, no. These men and women need fulfilled lives to stay out of trouble”.

But some fans think that just finding himself a job isn’t enough for Prince Harry.

One Twitter user wrote: "He is the one who should be King. He truly has the people’s best interest at heart".

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A commenter from the US chimed in: "They should crown Prince Harry and Meghan Duchess of Sussex King and Queen of that island.

Another added: “Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex is everyone's favourite, something we love to see, Good King for a reason.”

Late last year, a call from Her Majesty the Queen to stop her grandson, Prince William to stop flying in helicopters carrying his wife and kids led to a spike in speculation that Prince Harry could become Britain’s next king in the event of an accident befalling the Cambridges.

The Duke of Cambridge, who is second in line to the throne, is expected to succeed his father in due course and an informal royal rule prevents potential heirs to the throne from travelling in aircraft together.

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An insider close to the Queen said at the time: “It keeps the Queen awake at night and she is understandably very worried.

“She knows William is a capable pilot but does not think it is worth the risk for all five of them to carry on flying together and can’t imagine what would happen. It would spark a constitutional crisis."

Research found that searches for “Prince Harry King” soared to nearly nine times the average volume in late December.

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