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It is believed Prince Harry’s new life in the US is becoming „uncomfortable“ with the glamour of living in California „definitely wearing off“, claims a royal author. The Duke eventually relocated to Montecito, California, with his wife, Meghan Markle after stepping down as a working royal in 2020, and he has settled in a £12million mansion with his two children, Prince Archie, five, and Princess Lilibet, two.

Royal expert and author, Tom Quinn told the Mirror Harry’s initial delight with moving to America is fading. He said: „During his first six months in the States Harry found everything new and exciting, but the glamour is definitely wearing off. However big your garden and Harry and Meghan’s garden at Montecito is enormous, there’s only so much you can do when you have no practical skills and you have always paid people to cook, clean and garden for you.“

He added although Meghan is in her „natural environment“ it is still an „unfamiliar world“ for the Prince. However, Harry’s new life has also hit a roadblock with the initiation of a lawsuit by The Heritage Foundation, a think tank group. It comes as Prince Harry’s US visa application is being reviewed by a judge following his admissions about his use of drugs in his memoir Spare, something which he is said to seriously ‚regret‘.

The Heritage Foundation launched a lawsuit against Harry to determine whether he lied on his full-time visa application when he moved to America. The royal expert said: „The couple have taken legal advice because they’re seriously worried that if Donald Trump wins the next election Harry’s visa may be revoked. Trump has insisted that if Harry is found to have lied on his visa application about his admitted drug taking, he could be asked to leave the country.“

He added Harry’s whole life plan could be threatened: „Harry initially thought this couldn’t possibly happen to him as the normal rules don’t apply to a Royal Prince, but he is increasingly realising that in the United States being a Prince doesn’t actually count for very much.“


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