Prince Harry feels ‘tormented by his broken family ties’ while Meghan Markle has been ‘struggling’ after the pair’s move to Los Angeles, a source has claimed.
The Duke, 35 and Duchess of Sussex, 38, currently live in Tyler Perry’s $ 18 million mansion with their son Archie, one, who officially relinquished royal duty in late March.
But talk to it the Sunday MirrorAn insider said the royal couple is under extreme stress with their new life, revealing: “[Meghan] She has become very quiet. I think she probably feels extremely low and is probably struggling. ‘
They have since added that Prince Harry felt “especially down on William’s birthday on June 21”
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, ‘struggling to cope’ during their move to Los Angels, a source has claimed (the pair were pictured in London during Commonwealth Day service in March, they stepped down as senior royals three weeks later)
Meghan and Harry spectacularly announced that they quit their roles as senior royals in January and officially ended their duties in March.
The couple have since moved to Meghan’s hometown of LA, after spending some time on Vancouver Island, Canada.
The source explained that Meghan had become ‘more distant’ and ‘introverted’ in recent weeks, causing her family to be ‘concerned’.
Meanwhile, they added, “Prince Harry must be tormented by his broken family ties.”
The source claimed the Duke of Sussex felt ‘mostly down on Prince William’s birthday’ last month (The couple were pictured with William and Kate in July 2018 watching the RAF Flyover from the Buckingham Palace balcony)
It’s because the Duchess broke ties with her best friend and former stylist, Jessica Mulroney, after she got involved in a race lane last month, which sources claim has been ‘really tough’ for the royal.
The former Canadian Prime Minister’s daughter-in-law threatened the livelihood of blogger Sasha Exeter after the pair had a private argument about racism.
The controversy led to the mother of three getting fired for her presentation role at CTV and her job at Good Morning America, while husband Ben announced last month that he would step down from his CTV entertainment show etalk.
The source added that the former Suits star has “ been hit very hard ” and is no longer speaking to some of her closest friends.
It’s because the Duchess broke ties with her best friend and former stylist, Jessica Mulroney, after getting involved in a race lane last month, which sources claimed was “ really tough ” for the royal (Meghan is pictured with Jessica and her husband Ben in 2016)
They also revealed that one’s mother is closed and no longer knows who to trust.
The news emerges that the couple has officially closed their Sussex Royal charity.
Reports suggested yesterday that Prince Harry and Meghan have submitted official paperwork to Companies House to dissolve the royal foundation while shifting their focus to the Prince Travalyst’s eco-tourism plan.
The company – which was founded independently – hopes to help the hard-hit tourism industry survive the coronavirus crisis.
The news comes as reports suggest that Meghan and Prince Harry have officially closed their Sussex Royal charity
The couple’s decision to dissolve their charity follows the Queen’s decision that Harry and Meghan should no longer use the word “royal” in their “branding.”
An insider told it Newsweek: “After previous announcements that The Duke and Duchess will not use the name ‘Sussex Royal’ and will not continue with a foundation in its name, paperwork has been submitted to Companies House and the Charity Commission to formally close the charity.
This will appear in the online public register in the coming days. The charity formally enters a period of “liquidation of solvents”. ‘
It is claimed that the couple, who left the royal family earlier this year, want to focus on new ventures in the future.
This includes Travalyst, led by The Duke of Sussex, which brought together some of the largest travel industry operators, including Visa, Booking.com and Skyscanner, to help travelers more easily choose low-carbon options and choose destinations that will benefit more from local communities.