Prince Harry is ‘homesick’ and ‘unhappy’ in his ‘self-imposed exile’ with Meghan and might be starting to regret the ‘huge gamble’ he took with her, royal expert claims.
Prince Harry may be starting to regret the ‘huge gamble’ he took living ‘in self-imposed exile’ with Meghan and leaving his UK life behind, royal expert claims.
In an interview with British tabloid magazine Closer, royal author Duncan Larcombe said the 37-year-old ‘looks unhappy’ and ‘homesick.’
“Harry’s suddenly playing polo again and drinking with his new friends – all things he used to enjoy doing in the UK,” he said.
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“Meghan is cheering him on on the sidelines, helping create this perfect LA life for him to justify what he’s given up in the UK.
“But something doesn’t seem to sit right. Harry looks unhappy,” he said.
The royal expert said the Duke of Sussex is likely questioning if everything he has given up has been worth it.
“He is living out there in self-imposed exile and Harry is a very sociable person,” Mr Larcombe said.
It’s been two-and-a-half years since Prince Harry and Meghan announced they were stepping down as senior royals.
The pair now resides in an AU$19.3 million dollar mansion in Montecito, California with their two children Archie, 3, and Lilibet.
“In his formative years he had lots of friends – including his estranged brother William – and was always spending time with them,” Mr Larcombe said.
“I can’t imagine that secretly there isn’t some form of heartache for Harry.
“It’s like they’ve chosen to live their life out in the cold and that’s where they are going to stay now.”