Prince Harry has, allegedly, been living a lonely life since he moved to Los Angeles with Meghan Markle last year.
According to Us Weekly, friends of the Duke of Sussex are worried about him because they’ve noticed how much he has changed. The once happy-go-lucky Prince Harry has become more serious.
To make things worse, Prince Harry used to love hanging out with his friends and doing outdoor activities. But since he moved to Los Angeles, all he does is stay at home with his wife and kids.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle staying indoors due to COVID-19
But what the tabloid has seemingly forgotten is the fact that Prince Harry and Markle moved to the United States just two months before the COVID-19 pandemic. And this is most likely why they have opted to stay at home on most days.
Still, the tabloid insisted that the decision to stay home has left Prince Harry feeling very lonely.
“Harry doesn’t have any real friends in the US. He definitely goes through bouts of loneliness. I’ve only ever seen cars drive in and out. I’ve never seen Harry. They’re an immensely private couple,” the source said.
Prince Harry forced to quit his royal duties due to Meghan Markle
The insider also clarified that Prince Harry never said that he’s unhappy being a royal before his Megxit.
“There were small things that irritated him like the feeling that he was living in Prince William’s shadow, but he never made a big deal about it. It was Meghan who convinced him that there are other options out there,” the source said.
It is unclear why the tabloid is still putting all the blame on Markle when it comes to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s decision to quit their royal duties. It is important to note that Prince Harry has said time and again that it was he who encouraged Markle to quit.
As such, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt. There is also no proof that Prince Harry doesn’t have friends in the United States.
And the only reason why he and Markle have been staying indoors is because of the deadly virus that they should protect themselves and their kids from.
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