Prince Harry has decided not to leave the royal family Meghan Markle and is upset with the description of ‘Megxit’ as it suggests she dictated the move, a new biography claims
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently isolating in the Hollywood mansion
- Meghan supported Harry’s decision, ‘asked if he was sure’
- Book promises to offer an ‘honest, close and disarming portrait’ of the couple
Prince Harry chose to leave the royal family, not Meghan Markle, the new Finding Freedom bombiography reveals.
Harry, 35, would be angry with the term ‘Megxit’ because it seemed like the decision to break away from the company was only Meghan, a source said The sun.
The pair are currently isolating in actor Tyler Perry’s Hollywood mansion with little Archie, one.
The book – to be released on August 11 – promises to provide an “honest, close, and disarming portrait” of the “confident, influential, forward-thinking couple.”
Prince Harry chose to leave the royal family, not Meghan Markle (pictured together in March), the new biography of the couple’s Finding Freedom will reveal
A publication source said, “The reality is that Harry was driving [the decision to leave]. The book will make that clear and explain why it had to be done.
They added, “He wanted to go in the direction they were doing and had been considering it for over a year.
While Meghan supported his choice, she asked him several times “if he was sure it was what he wanted.”
Royal biographer Omid Scobie – who co-wrote their book with Catherine Durand – revealed today that the couple celebrated their second wedding anniversary with Mexican food and margaritas.
Harry, 35, would be mad at the term ‘Megxit’ because it seemed like the decision to break away from the company was only Meghan, a source told The Sun
The pair are currently isolating in the Hollywood mansion of actor Tyler Perry (pictured) with little Archie, one
He said they enjoyed a quiet day celebrating together with family and friends at Zoom, and “thought about what a beautiful and magical day” their wedding was.
Register Harper’s Bazaar, Scobie said the pair was talking to a number of people – including some salesmen who ‘helped bring the ceremony and reception to life’ – about exchanging their vows in Windsor Castle in May 2018.
“They all reminisced about what a beautiful and magical day it was,” a source told the publication, adding that they had called friends and family.
Mr. Scobie added, “And with the Sussexes now based in Los Angeles, it only seemed good to celebrate with a Southern California favorite: Mexican food.
“The couple, who also traditionally exchanged cotton-based gifts, enjoyed some favorite dishes together, washed down with margaritas.”
Royal biographer Omid Scobie – who co-authored their book alongside Catherine Durand – revealed today that the couple celebrated their second wedding anniversary with Mexican food and margaritas