Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may have given up their official royal family duties, but that doesn’t mean the British media has stopped obsessing over them. In April 2020, two real “experts”, Angela Mollard and Zoe Burrell, wondered aloud in the REALITY podcast about how Harry was adjusting to a Los Angeles life, as reported by The Express. Your conclusion? Mollard and Burrell think he must be having a hard time these days.
They have no concrete evidence that Harry is suffering in any way (although Harry’s friend Jane Goodall recently suggested something similar). In reality, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been seen in their foster home, volunteering with charities that help people affected by the 2020 coronavirus pandemic and receive Zoom calls with their respective organizations.
Add the always sunny weather in Cali and the fact that they are renting a beautiful multi-million dollar house until they buy something, and there seems to be really no reason to speculate that Harry is in trouble these days.
But why let cold, hard facts get in the way of little real gossip?
Real experts are concerned about Harry’s mental health
Referring to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, royal experts Angela Mollard and Zoe Burrell said on the ROYALTY podcast that they think it’s “pretty difficult” for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Mollard added that the pandemic was helping families get closer, but that Harry and Meghan were too far away for that: “He is separated from his family at a time when the rest of the world uses Zoom or WhatsApp to chat with each other.” He has no friends in Los Angeles, she has them.”
Mollard continued: “She has Doria, she has her family. Whereas Meghan could have felt just as far away when she lived in the UK. For Harry, his friends and brother have been the people who have supported him for the years since his mother’s death. “Having that removed, I think it will be very puzzling to him.” He also added that he believes Harry “suffers from irrelevance,” explaining, “Right now, the world is not focused on them. You can’t do the job you want to do.
However, that may not be 100% accurate, considering that some of the first things Harry and Meghan did when they arrived in Los Angeles were to continue their charity work. What about your family? Well he gave up on them after all, right?
Prince Harry reportedly doesn’t even want to be around his family
It’s hard to know who to believe when it comes to the true story about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and their decision to move to Los Angeles. But it’s safe to say that it was a choice the couple made together and they are united in their motives.
According to People, Meghan and Harry’s hand was “forced” to give up their official duties of the royal family. This is not how they wanted to handle this, but Meghan and Harry’s hand was forced. There is so much bad blood in that family, it’s toxic. If relations had been better, things would have been different, “said a source at the time.
According to reports, the British media and the hordes of “real experts” and talking heads were also a driving force behind their movement, making it difficult to know if you can take what they say seriously. The source also told People that Meghan was “deeply hurt” by the negative press that harassed her since she met Harry and felt that the royal family did not support her enough.
However, once again, given the strength with which the royal family maintains the intimate details of their lives, the public is likely never to know the full extent of why they decided to withdraw from royal duties and how they are coping.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were apparently sad to leave the royal family
That doesn’t mean that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not publicly supported their family. In fact, in their Instagram post announcing their breakup with their family, the couple wrote: “After many months of internal reflection and discussion, we have chosen to transition this year to begin to forge a new progressive role within this institution. We intend to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent while continuing to fully support Her Majesty the Queen.”
For her part, Queen Elizabeth also released a statement, by People, saying: “My family and I fully support Harry and Meghan’s desire to create a new life as a young family. Although we would have preferred them to remain, full-time members of the royal family, we respect and understand their desire to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a valuable part of my family. ”
Whether Harry is having a hard time adjusting to Los Angeles life, he and his family are likely still in contact judging by those statements, so the real experts can probably stop worrying.