In the past few months, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have made their feelings about their treatment in the press quite clear. As they have hired lawyers and launched lawsuits as methods of pushing back against the media, additional reports have started to arise that indicate the Duke and Duchess of Sussex may be considering moving away from the UK due to the public pressure.

However, a royal expert reveals that that could lead to a "very difficult decision."

According to Express, royal commentator Roya Nikkhah spoke with BBC Radio 4's Today, which is where she claimed that the royal couple seems to be unsure if they want to continue taking on the roles given to senior members of the family.

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"It feels like at the moment more like possibly Harry and Meghan are not quite sure whether they want to continue down the line of being senior members of the Royal Family who carry out that kind of work and come under that public scrutiny that all members of the family do at times," she said.

Continuing, she added, "And to me, it looks like they've got a big decision to make."

If they were to "branch out" from Prince William, Kate Middleton, and Queen Elizabeth II, it would lead to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex leading very different lives from their family members.

However, it seems as though a separation between the Fab Four has already been taking place for some time.

Earlier this summer, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially split from The Royal Foundation, an initiative they once shared with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. It has also been previously been said that William and Harry have not seen eye to eye in terms of parenting styles as well, as William has reportedly been critical of his brother's choices with Archie Harrison.

Meghan Markle Prince Harry The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Photo: Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images