The 1 Reason Why the Royal Family Has No Faith in Harry and Meghan’s Future As Private Citizens
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are officially private citizens. The two cut ties with the royal family in early January 2020, and since then, they’ve started a new life on Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Despite the couple’s high-profile departure, the royal family has reportedly put a contingency plan in place in case the Sussexes return. And there’s one reason why the queen seemingly doesn’t have faith in their future as it stands.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently left the royal family
When Harry and Meghan were first married, it seemed like everything in their lives would be blissful. But the two quickly learned that royal life would not be so kind to them. Meghan was heavily scrutinized from the moment she married into the family. Tabloids would dig through Meghan’s past to find anything they could to knock her down. The Duchess of Sussex was labeled a social climber, and stories were released about her reported feuds with staff members and Kate Middleton.
Meghan and Harry ultimately decided that the press treatment was too much for them to handle. The two announced their departure from the royal family at the beginning of 2020.
The two are searching for a more private life in Canada
Harry and Meghan spent six weeks on Vancouver Island in British Columbia at the end of 2019. The two wanted a break from the media and were likely doing a trial run of how life would be if they left the family. It’s clear that they fell in love with the area, since they were quick to return upon their major royal announcement.
Now, the two have settled into their new home. Meghan was spotted walking the couple’s dogs with Archie, and she was all smiles, despite the paparazzi.