DUKE'S MOVE Prince Harry ‘considering’ becoming a US citizen – and reveals whether he feels American in bombshell GMA interview

 Prince Harry is "considering" becoming a US citizen - and he has revealed whether he feels American in a bombshell Good Morning America interview.

The Duke of Sussex is sitting down for wide-ranging talks for the first time since Charles suspended all public-facing duties.

In the interview, Harry said: "Do I feel American? No. I don't know how I feel.

"I have considered becoming a citizen. It's a thought that has come to my mind."

“But it is not an immediate priority.”

Harry, who lives in California with his wife and their two children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, flew to the UK last week to see the king.

He traveled thousands of miles from his California home to visit King – but only met his father for 30 minutes.

Speaking on the TODAY show, Harry said: “I love my family.

"The fact that I was able to get on a plane and see him and spend any time with him — I'm grateful for that."

Harry talks about becoming a US citizen in explosive new interview

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Asked if the king's illness could have an impact on the family reunion, she said: "Yes, definitely.

“Through all of these families I see the strength of the family unit coming together day after day.

"Any illness, any disease brings the family together."

When Charles was asked about his current status, he said: "That stays between me and him."

Harry and Meghan were criticized this week for launching a new rebranded website - using their royal titles and crest - amid the monarch's health problems.

Last night, the couple issued a defiant message in response to fierce criticism over their rebrand, saying they "will not go broke".

The couple are in Vancouver this week to celebrate 12 months before Harry's Invictus Games 2025.

It comes after the defiant Meghan and Harry faced sharp criticism for their rebrand.

The Queen was criticized for not consulting the royal family first after she banned the couple from using 'SussexRoyal' when they stepped away from royal duties four years ago.

A representative for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told The Mirror: "We've heard again and again that some occasions are make or break for the couple.

"They are still here. Despite constant challenge and criticism, they are still working and pursuing what they believe in."

"This pair will not break."

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrived in Canada on Tuesday to mark the one-year anniversary of the Invictus Games being held in 2025.

On Thursday, the couple was once again seen at Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort in British Columbia.

He spoke to participants who will be doing skeleton bobsledding while attending a training session for the Invictus Games.

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