Prince Harry and Meghan Markle consider relocating to US, spark rumors of their possible exit from British monarchy
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take a 6-week break in California which is reportedly a precursor to the possible setting up of a home there.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are considering relocating to the US for the majority of the year.
The new parents will be taking a 6-week break in California which is reportedly being looked at as a test for a possible location for them. The royal couple is looking at several locations as to where they can set up their home base. Their latest house hunt follows their decision to cool off from a permanent move to South Africa.
Africa had initially been the couple's first choice. As reported by The Sun, a stateside move has concerned the staff working for The Queen, Prince Charles, and senior royals who are scared that their move could be coming before an official exit from the British monarchy.
"There’s an acceptance that things haven’t worked out with the Sussexes full-time in Windsor so they could have a second base in America," a royal source revealed. A source close to Harry and Meghan added, "The Duke and Duchess will be taking some family time towards the end of the year, once their diary commitments are done."
"We are unsure at this time but it will likely be spent between the UK and US. Any further inference on their plans is pure speculation", the source continued.
We had previously reported that a recent survey showed that 55% of Britons think that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has been good for the royal family while 45% disagree. The survey, for Tatler magazine, revealed that out of a total of 2,016 British adults, 39% thought that Meghan was hypocritical on environmental issues. It also found that 44% felt that they prefer Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, over Meghan.
The survey also revealed that 23% of Britons thought Meghan and Harry would do better for themselves if they moved away to Los Angeles.