It’s been an eventful year for Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle.
The couple has made waves worldwide with a series of controversial moves.
And now Prince Harry might be questioning his life choices right about now.
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle made a splash when they chose to leave the Royal Family in an attempt to be “independent.”
The couple first moved to Canada, and there was speculation they wouldn’t move to the United States so long as Donald Trump was president.
That quickly went out the window, and they now reside in Markle’s native Los Angeles.
However, the Prince Harry is quickly learning adjusting to the move isn’t as easy as he thought it was going to be.
According to reports, Harry has been slow to adapt to life in Los Angeles.
A source told Vanity Fair, “He has a lot of friends in the military community in the UK, and of course he misses them. This is a very strange time for us all, but I think Harry is missing having a structure to his life right now . . . So at the moment he’s a bit rudderless.”
Prince Harry recently sold his custom-made hunting rifles and missed out on a family hunting expedition, so it’s understandable he’s feeling isolated from the family.
Going from British royalty to an aspiring entertainment power couple in Los Angeles has to be a huge culture shock.
The transition away from the Royal Family has been rocky on other fronts as well.
Queen Elizabeth told the couple they would be stripped of their official titles and cut off from the royal found.
As a result, both Canada and the United States said the couple would have to pay for their own around-the-clock security.
They’ve also faced the challenge of altering social media branding material that was tied to “Sussex Royal,” which the Queen requested they no longer use.
As Vanity Fair reported, Harry is “rudderless,” but his wife is eager to resume her acting career.
She reportedly told her manager that she wanted to be part of an ensemble in a blockbuster superhero film.
It’s no wonder Harry misses the Royal Family.
It gave him a sense of purpose and belonging.
Trying to carve out a niche in reality television just doesn’t have the same effect.
Will Prince Harry be able to adjust to life in Los Angeles?
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