Despite Megxit, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle do not intend to “disappear” from the public glare.
According to a royal biographer, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle do not wish to “disappear” from the public eye.
Last year, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex left their royal duties for a new life in California. However, Harry and Meghan do not wish to “disappear,” according to Omid Scobie, co-author of Finding Freedom.
“It’s not that they want to vanish or go unnoticed,” he said on Good Morning America.
“It’s just that they want to chose what they want to keep private and what they want to share with the rest of the world.”
Following their parental leave, Mr Scobie recently told the show that the Sussexes will have a “very busy period” ahead of them.
“We saw them bounce from one large initiative to the next, especially when they went to the United States, but they’re on parental leave right now, enjoying that vital family time from home,” he explained.
“However, when they do return to work, we are about to enter a very hectic period for the couple.
“Those early Spotify projects, the Netflix project, and, of course, their own work from their humanitarian organization Archewell will all be released.”
According to a royal pundit, Harry and Meghan are entering “the period of visibility.”
“They’re a pair who perform extremely well in those moments of human interaction,” he told the American magazine People.
“They need to be on the ground,” says the narrator.
“They say the proof is in the pudding, and that pudding is about to be seen.”
As she struggled with royal life, Mr Scobie recalled to Meghan’s past comments that it is “not enough just to survive something” and that “you have to thrive.”
“They appear to be existing in a different place, and that area appears to be lot healthier,” he said.
“Meghan famously said that simply surviving was not enough; we are now in the thrive chapter.”
Finding Freedom has been described as unlicensed by Harry and Meghan’s lawyers, who claim the authors “do not speak for our clients and appear to rely on anonymous sources.”
In March 2020, the Sussexes will step down from their royal duties.
They currently live in California with their two-year-old son Archie and their June-born daughter Lili.