The pair could settle for life in the United Kingdom after allegedly being involved in a "near-catastrophic" car chase in New York.
Despite claims the pair "over-exaggerated" the entire ordeal, a former royal staff member says they might be leaving the US for good.
Grant Harrold, who worked as The King's butler from 2004 to 2011 when he was Prince of Wales, says the incident could bring back MEXIT.
"I’d never say never, it’s always possible that one day he might want to come home," he told the New York Post.
"It’s possible that he might buy [a property] here if he wanted to come over [more] and Meghan didn’t want to come over.
"Meghan doesn’t really have any family here as such, all her family are in the States and that’s where Harry has decided he wants to set up his home."
He explained that Harry is "always going to have an association with the UK" and will never "totally want to cut that off".
The Duke briefly returned to London for his father The King's Coronation while Meghan decided to stay at home in California.
"He’ll always want to keep his fingers in that pie, so to speak," Harrold told The Post.
"He’ll want to have that association with Britain just in case one day he does want to come back and I don’t think Harry will want to sever ties."