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Meghan and Harry: How their departure to the United States “made things worse”


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When they decided to move to America away from the monarchy, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle thought they were doing the right thing. Only according to one expert, they actually “made things worse”.

Earlier this year, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle shocked the world by announcing that they were withdrawing from the British Royal Family. With this Megxit, the royal couple also made the decision to move to North America and become financially independent.

Eager to take their own flight, Princess Diana’s son and the former actress were eager to chart their own course, far from the royal protocol closely watched by Queen Elizabeth II. Now the monarchy is far behind them.

They both live with their son Archie in a house they bought in Montecito, and recently signed a huge contract with Netflix. Even more amazing, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle even made their political commitment known on the sidelines of the last American presidential election.

In choosing to move away from the monarchy, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wanted more privacy. They wanted to be able to raise their son Archie away from the British press, and from too many curious looks.

In an interview with Page Six, Ingrid Seward, an expert on royalty, explained that in her opinion, Meghan Markle has “a big heart” and “was anxious to make things right”. “She and Harry really wanted to do things better together, and in fact they managed to make things worse,” the British author added.

Rough separation for Prince Philip

In her interview, Ingrid Seward also discussed the reaction of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip to the announcement of the Megxit. “I think they must have found it very hard to believe when Harry announced that he was moving to North America and wanted to get out of his royal life,” she said.

The separation was even harder for the 99-year-old prince because “he always loved” his grandsons. “Harry is spontaneous, he’s funny and he’s a bit of a daredevil, or was. And Philip, when he was young, was all those things too. So I think he sees himself a little bit as Harry, and the two of them have always been able to communicate well,” the specialist concluded.

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