After moving to the United States with Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s ‘face and demeanor shows he is happier in the US,’ according to an expert.
According to a royal expert, Prince Harry is much happier in the United States.
In March 2020, he and Archie moved to Meghan’s hometown of California.
Between November 2019 and January 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, along with their young son Archie, spent six weeks in Canada before relocating to the continent permanently.
The coronavirus pandemic hastened their plans to settle, prompting them to relocate to Malibu, Los Angeles, in March to avoid the closure of the US-Canada border, where they have remained since.
Harry, 37, is so happy in America that he’ll miss the Queen’s first Christmas without Prince Philip this year.
Rebecca English, the Daily Mail’s royal editor, said the Prince’s “face and demeanor” show he’s much happier in America.
“Just by the look on his face and his demeanor, he clearly is a lot happier in the US,” she said on the Palace Confidential podcast.
She wished the Prince well, noting that, in comparison to his duties as a Senior Working Royal in the UK, it was probably what he was doing in America that had made him so happy.
It comes after another royal expert, Richard Fitzwilliams, said in a recent interview with Ellen Degeneres that Meghan Markle appeared “happy and relaxed.”
The Duchess, 40, discussed her and “H’s” laid-back LA lifestyle with Ellen.
She told the 63-year-old talk show host about Archie’s love of dancing, how the family had a fun Halloween together, and an embarrassing haircut she had as a kid.
Meghan beamingly discussed Halloween this year, revealing that she dressed Lilibet as a skunk.
Meghan explained that she and her family celebrated Halloween at home this year because the kids didn’t want to dress up.
Meghan’s five-month-old daughter Lilibet dressed up as a skunk and was said to be adorable.
“Lili was a skunk,” Meghan explained.
“Like Flower from Bambi,” says the narrator.
She also performed a toe-curling skit in which she acted out obnoxious instructions.
Ellen made her eat cookies and tortilla chips “like a chipmunk,” tell a joke with no punchline, and put on a kitten costume.
“It’s an extraordinary slice of American life to watch,” royal expert Richard said, “and one thing is certain: that’s not something Meghan would have ever been able to do as a senior working member of the Royal family.”
“I didn’t think the palace had much to worry about with Ellen’s handling of celebrities, and I didn’t think they did because she’s loose and…
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