Prince Harry Reportedly Realizes ‘Deep Unhappiness’ With New Life Following UK Return
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stayed for a couple of days in the United Kingdom for Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. A royal commentator reportedly said that the royal-born Prince looked “deeply unhappy” during their recent return.
Geo News said that the claims came from royal expert Neil Sean, who discussed the matter on his own YouTube Channel. He shared that he “did notice” the Duke of Sussex looking “not at all happy with his new lot in life.”
The commentator reportedly added that the youngest Wales prince “misses” his royal life. He also asserted that the recent historic celebrations have become a “stark reminder of what [the 37-year-old royal] has walked away from,” and “he knows it.”
Sean reportedly continued that what awaits Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in the return to their California home is “a life of injunctions, press attacks, and failed TV deals.” He is said to have stated that these things “cannot be nice” for the pair.
The expert consequently revealed that he knows someone who is “very close within there,” before sharing his thoughts about what happened during the Sussexes’ visit. He reportedly claimed that the historic events from the Platinum Jubilee celebrations were a “wake-up call as to what he had actually left, particularly the military stuff.”
In the end, the commentator pointed out that the Duke of Sussex is “very passionate” about the things involving the military.
Following all the assertions, though, no proof has come to light to substantiate the narrative. Accordingly, these all remain as mere speculations about the former working royals, especially the youngest Wales prince.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry attended some of the events in celebration of Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee. They arrived in the United Kingdom Wednesday, alongside their two children.
During the first day of the celebrations, the former working royals were with the rest of the British Royal Family at the Major General’s Office inside Buckingham Palace. They witnessed the Queen’s official birthday parade from there.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also took part in the Service of Thanksgiving the following day. They joined other members of the Royal Firm at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
On Saturday, however, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle missed out on the day’s events to celebrate the first birthday of their youngest child. They then left the country on Sunday, reportedly hours before the pageant, to return to their home in the United States.