Expert says Prince Harry ‘didn’t have time with family’
Prince Harry appears to be loving his new life in California with his family of four. However, you’ll soon wonder why you gave up your old life in the UK after attending the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana alongside Prince William, according to royal author Duncan Larcombe.
The expert told Closer magazine: “Harry and Meghan seem to think they can coexist in these two worlds: the world of the British royal family and American celebrities.
Harry now loves American life, but is still in the honeymoon phase.
“I think going back and seeing his brother, especially against a very touching backdrop of honoring his mother, might make him question why he abandoned her.”
Harry opened up about his move to the US while appearing on the Armchair Expert podcast.
Prince Harry at Prince Philip’s funeral (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry and Prince William reunited to honor their mother’s legacy (Image: GETTY)
Speaking to actors Dax Shepherd and Monica Badman, the Duke of Sussex has said frankly that he has no plans to move to California.
Harry said he took this step to protect his family and his sanity.
Speaking about parenting and his attempt to “break the cycle” of pain and suffering, the Duke said: “A lot of genetic pain and suffering is passed on anyway, so we as parents must do whatever it takes. We can try. They say ‘You know what happened to me, I’ll make sure’. That it doesn’t happen to you.”
He continued, “It’s hard to do, but for me it’s about awareness.
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Prince Harry and Prince William unveiled a statue of Princess Diana together (Image: GETTY)
“I never saw it, never knew about it, and then all of a sudden I started putting it together and saying ‘OK, this is where I [Prince Charles] I went to school, and that’s what happened.
“I know this about his life, and I also know that he is related to his parents, which means that he treated me the way he was treated… So how can I change that for my children?”
Finally, referring to his move to the United States, the Duke of Sussex said: “Here I am, I’ve moved my entire family to the United States, that wasn’t the plan, but sometimes you have to make decisions and put your family first, your mental health first.”
Harry moved to the United States in late March 2020, just days before he and Meghan officially resigned from the royal family.
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Prince Harry and Prince William greet their aunts (Image: GETTY)
Prince Harry returned to the UK in late June to unveil a statue of his mother (Image: GETTY)
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex lived for a few months in the home of producer Tyler Perry.
In July, they were said to have moved into their new £11m mansion in the star-studded Montecito neighborhood of Santa Barbara.
Among their neighbors, the Sussexes can count on Orlando Bloom, Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah Winfrey.
Since moving to the US, Prince Harry has only returned to the UK twice, also due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Prince Harry and Meghan have two children (Image: EXPRESS)
In April, he returned to Windsor for Prince Philip’s funeral.
That trip lasted nine days, during which the Duke of Sussex is said to have spoken with the Queen twice and had the opportunity to meet one of the newest members of the royal family: the son of Princess Eugenie Auguste Philip Hook.
Then he returned last month to attend the unveiling of a statue of Princess Diana at Kensington Palace’s Sunken Garden.
The Duke arrived on June 25 and left a week later, after spending five days in self-isolation.
Prince Harry and Meghan moved to California in late March 2020 (Image: GETTY)
During his stay, Harry also attended a garden party for one of his most beloved charities, the WellChild Awards.
On July 1, a statue of Princess Diana with her brother William and in the presence of Diana’s brothers was unveiled.
Meghan has not yet returned to the UK since March last year, having been very pregnant in April and recently gave birth to Lillibet Diana when Harry left for England in June.