Queen Elizabeth II is aware of Prince Harry’s charm and talent and has made plans for the younger royal’s role in keeping diplomatic relations.

The Duke of Sussex has always been popular. Many find Prince Harry admirable, likable, humorous and fun-loving. In the 2014 ITV documentary “Prince Harry at 30,” a royal commentator revealed the Queen’s plans for Prince Harry’s lovable qualities.

“The plan that the Queen has for him, and therefore the Palace and the government will have, is to use this great talent he has with diplomacy,” the royal correspondent said.

“He can win people over like no politician, like no member of the Royal Family.”

Prince Harry’s charming nature has been seen by the public including royal correspondent Ingrid Seward.

“Harry is incredibly charming when you meet him – he is very funny,” Seward added. “He really reminds me of his mum, he is very quick-witted.”

In the 2018 report for the Fast Company, historian Anna Whitlock suggested that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could be the “diplomatic team” that the world needs. For her, Prince Harry’s marriage to Markle could be strategically deployed for soft diplomacy between the U.S and the U.K because it creates a common and relatively uncontroversial bond between the two countries.

There are rumors that Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite grandson is Prince Harry. According to E! News’ Melanie Bromley, the Queen and the Duke of Sussex have a more “fun” granny-to-grandson relationship. Prince William is second-in-line to the throne, so his relationship with the monarch is “half family and half business.”

Prince Harry and Queen Elizabeth II’s close bond was apparent when Queen Elizabeth II agreed to let Markle join them for Christmas in 2017. The former “Suits” star is the first royal fiancée to celebrate the occasion with the members of the Firm because prior to that, royal fiancées do not join the royal family until after they are married.

An insider said that the Queen couldn’t say “no” to Prince Harry. However, this might not be true in all cases as just recently, Her Majesty denied Prince Harry and Markle’s request to have an “autonomous household” so she could keep an eye on the couple.

Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry attend at the annual Chelsea Flower show at Royal Hospital Chelsea on May 18, 2015 in London. Getty Images/Julian Simmonds