The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been grabbing headlines for quite some time now, right from the couple stepping down from the Royal family, settling in Canada to again shifting from Canada to Los Angles. Amidst all these happenings, it seems that Prince Harry is missing his family dearly. The royal commentator Angela Mollard recently argued that Harry might be reflecting on his decision to step away from the Royal Family and maybe feeling tremendously isolate.
While on the Royals podcast with host Zoe Burrell, Ms Mollard claimed Prince Harry may have lost all sense of purpose as the royal isolates with wife Meghan and son Archie; she is really worried about Harry. She mentioned how he was very connected to his family as she was quoted saying, “He had his life with his mum Princess Diana and his dad Prince Charles and then he had his life with them separately when they divorced. Then he lost his mum and then he was with his dad and Prince William and the structure of the Royal Family and the work he has done within that, particularly the military work, have been a very stabilising influence in his life.”
Speaking more about Harry’s isolation, she told, "He has no connection with that now. In fact of all the times to move apart from the Royal Family I can imagine that right now he feels tremendously isolated. Everybody, of course, is isolated but he is not just isolated from his family he is isolated on the other side of the world. He is just with Meghan and their son, they will be having no contact with friends and he can't engage with anything purposeful at the moment.”
Meanwhile, a few days ago, they released an official statement on their social media account saying that they will no more operate from their Sussex Royal Instagram account. ALSO READ: Meghan Markle’s Half-Sister Speaks Out Against Her And Prince Harry Amid Coronavirus Pandemic, Calls Them ‘Disgusting’
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