It’s been a year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moved away from their former royal and London life. A choice that the Duke made for many reasons, and one that he does not regret.
The year 2020 has been a trying one for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle. It has now been a year since Princess Diana’s son and the former American actress made the choice to move away from London, its royal palaces and the royal family to live a new life in North America.
After moving, the couple announced in March 2020 that they would retire from their roles as senior members. An announcement that shocked the world and Queen Elizabeth II as well.
Several months later, it would appear that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have no regrets about their Megxit. According to British historian and biographer Robert Lacey, Prince Harry was tired of being “the spare part,” the writer explained in an interview with People magazine.
According to the expert, Prince Harry wanted to “get out and start a new life” and “affirmed his own identity” by moving to the United States. “Remaining in the royal system also means submitting to the submission of those who are older than you are,” he concluded. Now, the 36-year-old father no longer has to answer to the orders of his elders – at least not as much.
Meghan and Harry have no regrets
A source close to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle confided that both “love” to focus on projects that are close to their hearts. Especially since they have fulfilled their “dream” of being financially independent. “Meghan and Harry have taken a huge risk in embarking on their new life,” the source added.
And to conclude: “Despite everything that has happened this year, they do not regret having moved to the United States.” A few days earlier, another source told Us Weekly that Archie’s parents are now closer and closer together than ever.