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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would consider setting up second base in the US and will use their upcoming trip to California to test a move

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle & # 39; are considering creating a second base in the US and will use their upcoming trip to California to test a possible move & # 39;

  • It is said that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in favor of a relocation of the state
  • With Move they would spend large parts of the year in the land of Meghan & # 39; s birth
  • The Sussexes are expected to spend Thanksgiving with Meghan & # 39; s mother Doria
  • The visit to Staten next month is part of the six-week break of royal duties
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are considering setting up second base in the US and will use their upcoming trip to California to test a move, it is believed.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to prefer a relocation of the state, which would allow them to spend much of the year in the duchess's country of birth.

The Sussexes are expected to spend Thanksgiving with Meghan & # 39; s mother Doria Ragland as part of a six-week break from royal duties.

Next month's journey, Baby Archie's first visit to the United States, comes after Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, expressed their desire to leave the UK last week.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would consider setting up second base in the US and will use their upcoming trip to California to test a move

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex would consider setting up second base in the US and will use their upcoming trip to California to test a move

Next month's journey, Baby Archie's first visit to the United States, comes after Harry, 35 and Meghan, 38, expressed their desire to leave the UK last week

Next month's journey, Baby Archie's first visit to the United States, comes after Harry, 35 and Meghan, 38, expressed their desire to leave the UK last week

Next month's journey, Baby Archie's first visit to the United States, comes after Harry, 35 and Meghan, 38, expressed their desire to leave the UK last week

Harry described Cape Town in South Africa as & # 39; a great place to base ourselves & # 39; in a TV interview, but now it is said that the couple is in favor of moving to the US.

A source told The Sun that the royal staff working for the Queen and Prince Charles are concerned that such a move could pave the way for an exit from the family.

They said to the newspaper: & # 39; There is an acceptance that things didn't go full-time with the Sussexes in Windsor, so they could have a second base in America. & # 39;

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MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for the Sussexes.

In the bombshell documentary last week, Harry and Meghan admitted that they were struggling with the media attention, but in some circles were faced with criticism of their controversial views on and the public control they encountered.

Meghan admitted he felt vulnerable and talked about the difficulty of dealing with intense tabloid interest and said: “It is not enough to just survive something, that is not the meaning of life. You must thrive. & # 39;

Harry told about the pressure he felt to protect his family from unwanted media attention.

A royal source told the BBC that William was concerned about his brother after the documentary screening and hoped that Harry and Meghan & # 39; be fine & # 39; goods.

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