Prince Harry + Duchess Meghan: They had imagined the way to a new life to be much easier

Prince Harry + Duchess Meghan
They had imagined the way to a new life to be much easier

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry

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Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have to realize that their new life is much harder than they could ever have imagined. Even though they planned everything carefully, things happened that were unpredictable, according to an insider.

Although Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess Meghan, 40, are now leading exactly the life they had dreamed of for their next chapter and for which they had to leave behind a lot of privileges and security, the two have discovered how much harder the road is is alone as they originally thought it would be.

Prince Harry + Duchess Meghan: Despite detailed planning, many things went differently than expected

As the well-informed palace insider Omid Scobie reveals in an interview with “People”, the plan of the two of them to leave their lives as royals in England behind them was not fully thought out, although they had their new life and the next steps there in the Well planned, but then everything turned out differently for her, says Omid Scobie. Between a global pandemic, family disagreements, especially with Harry’s brother Prince William, 39, his father Prince Charles, 72, and daily media control, withdrawing from royal life was not exactly easy or uncomplicated. But the unexpected course changes have also shaped her rocky path over the past two years, according to the insider Reporter Carolyn Durand wrote the book Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family.

New financial security enables life in freedom

Although the couple initially wanted a “one foot in, one foot out” approach that allowed royal duties as well as their private endeavors, this arrangement was rejected by Harry’s grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, 95. “They knew what they had planned wasn’t going to work,” says Scobie, who spoke to the couple’s friends and close associates to write “Finding Freedom.” “They then tried to find a compromise,” continues Scobie. “But would that have given them the happiness and security that they have today? Probably not. These ties to the institution [der Monarchie] would still have been strong and there would have been constant questions about financial efforts and the business decisions they made. “

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry

Now that they have gotten away from life as royals and their own financial freedom – thanks to multi-million dollar streaming, speaking and publishing deals – is secured, Harry and Meghan are finally feeling freer. “Only now have they found a life that supports their interests and allows them to focus on the things that are important to them.” From autumn onwards, the two big plans are supposed to appear again more often in public, which will surely please many Royal fans.

Source used: People Magazine

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