Harry develops 'cabin fever' in lockdown America, wishes he was with royal family at the time of pandemic

The Duke of Sussex is struggling to adjust to life in Los Angeles after quitting his role as a senior royal with wife Meghan Markle


                            Harry develops 'cabin fever' in lockdown America, wishes he was with royal family at the time of pandemic
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Prince Harry is allegedly suffering from cabin fever and is "secretly tortured" over his decision to step back from duties as part of the Royal Family. As reported by The Sun, the Duke of Sussex is struggling to adjust to life in Los Angeles after quitting his role as a senior royal with wife Meghan Markle.

Andy Tillett and Dylan Howard, authors of 'Royals At War: The Inside Story of Harry and Meghan’s Shocking Split With the House of Windsor', have claimed that the 35-year-old prince is finding it really difficult to cope with life in LA. According to them, the situation had worsened after 71-year-old Prince Charles tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

"On top of it all, he’s got cabin fever," one source told the British newspaper. "It was far from an ideal situation. Harry’s gone from feeling excited about the move to feeling secretly tortured."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. (Getty Images)

Furthermore, it also emerged that Harry is desperately missing his family and it is now "hit(ting) home for him that Charles and the Queen aren't going to be around forever" while he is quarantined with his family at Tyler Perry's $18m mansion. However, Meghan, 38, is allegedly doing her best to support her husband in their new life.

"She’s assuring [Harry] that once things go back to normal, he’ll love their new life in LA," another insider told the outlet. "Meghan wants to take him hiking and talks about the local polo club and how much he’ll love surfing."

This comes after it emerged that the couple could potentially make millions after signing a deal with the same speaking agency as that of the Obamas. The couple have reportedly joined the Harry Walker Agency in their first career move since shifting to Hollywood. The agency boasts several high profile clients such as the Obamas, Clintons, Serena and Venus Williams, and TV legend Oprah Winfrey. "Meghan has always been fascinated with the creation of a ‘brand'," a former friend reportedly told authors of Royals At War. "I do not believe she married Harry with that solely in mind, but it was a determining factor."

It was also revealed that James Bond producers wanted the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the Hollywood premiere of the new 007 movie 'No Time To Die' -- which is supposed to be actor Daniel Craig’s last outing as Bond. This comes shortly after another royal author claimed that Prince Charles foresaw Meghan Markle joining the royal family could cause "problems" because there was "only room for one strong royal woman — the Queen."

Meghan, 38, is allegedly doing her best to support her husband in their new life. (Getty Images)

Nigel Cawthorne, who has penned over 150 books, including, 'Prince Andrew, Epstein, and the Palace,' said that Charles, 71, was fond of Meghan for her headstrong personality but that he was aware it wouldn't be embraced as well by everyone. "I think he [Prince Charles] likes strong women, but in The Firm, there is only room for one Queen," he told the Sun. "I think he foresaw considerable problems ahead for The Firm."

Cawthorne also spoke of how the Princes of Wales was a traditionalist who was worried about the Sussexes' growing popularity worldwide because it meant more exposure and he wanted to keep the monarchy "small in size."

"Harry and Meghan amplified the popularity of the royal family in the way that Prince Andrew and Fergie did at the time," he explained. "However, for the sake of The Firm, he will feel this outcome is better that the monarchy is small in size rather than a constellation of stars in separate orbits."

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