Meghan Markle's ideal dream is to live in Los Angeles but only after Trump's presidency ends, says insider
The Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle would ideally love to live in Los Angeles but only after Trump's presidency ends post her announcement about quitting as 'senior' member of the British royal family
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could possibly settle down in the US but not as long as Donald Trump is in charge.
According to a report by Daily Mail, Meghan's friends shared that while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to live in Canada initially, their ultimate aim is to live in Los Angeles. Meghan Markle had grown up in the city and her mother, Doria Ragland, still lives there.
Meghan, who has been openly critical of Trump and had missed the POTUS' visit to the UK last year, had said that she will not move to the US while Trump is still in charge.
A source revealed, "It's by no means an immediate thing but there is a long-term plan to end up back in the US with a second home in Canada, where they will also spend a great deal of time."
"The couple used the words North America in their statement about where they planned to live deliberately. It doesn’t pin them down to any one place," the source continued.
An insider had also shared that negotiations regarding the pair's future were underway and were taking place with UK and Canadian governments.
Back in 2016, before Meghan had met Harry, she had called Trump "divisive" and "misogynistic". She had also pledged to vote for his rival Hillary Clinton and had threatened to move to Canada if Trump won.
We had previously reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shocked everyone with their bombshell announcement that they are quitting from their roles as "senior" royals.
Their decision was made without the knowledge and approval of the Queen, Prince Charles, and Prince William who learned of the news on television.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex dropped the bomb after returning home from a six-week-long break in Canada. According to a senior royal aide, the Queen and her family were "deeply disappointed".
The Buckingham Palace released a statement that read, "Discussions with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are at an early stage. We understand their desire to take a different approach, but these are complicated issues that will take time to work through."