Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have only been in the United States for a handful of days now, and they're already off to a great start following the end of their senior royal duties, if you ask me.
They officially moved to Los Angeles and Meghan's looking to relaunch The Tig and write another cookbook....on top of the Disney movie gig she just secured. And as for Harry—he might be looking into citizenship opportunities now!
According to The Telegraph, Harry will likely be granted diplomatic status in order to get a green card in the United States. And because Prince Harry is well...Prince Harry, it wouldn't be all that hard for him to obtain.
All Harry would have to do is classify as a British diplomat and apply as a prominent businessman with talents or resources that could be valuable to the United States, or as an "alien with extraordinary abilities."
The Telegraph also claims that if Harry applies for a green card, there's one more thing he'd have to do: He would either need letters of recommendation from people he's worked with in the past (for example: Barack and Michelle Obama, casual) OR apply through marriage, which is an option because Meghan's originally a U.S. citizen.
If Harry goes the marriage route, he would have to prove his union with Meghan is true through joint expenses and affidavits from friends. Three years after getting his green card, Harry could apply to be a U.S. citizen if he really wanted to.
Of course, Harry legally becoming an American has yet to be determined, but if it happens...I can only imagine how many feathers that would ruffle overseas.