Apparently Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, would not be having their best moment in Montecito, Californiawhere the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved after the youngest son of King Charles III and ‘Lady Di’ gave up British royalty to live a quieter life with actress, now Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, who ” won’t do it one more time.” officially represent the Royal Family,” according to Buckingham Palace’s decision to give up Harry.
Added to that, There are rumors that Meghan and Harry would “end their marriage in tears”according to what a person close to the late Queen Elizabeth would have assured
Although the initial objective of leaving his life in the House of Windsor and moving to the United States was to seek tranquility, Prince Henry, better known as ‘Harry’, current Duke of Sussex, has been more withdrawn from social life than expectedsince unlike his native United Kingdom where he was popular among celebrities, in his new life in Montecito, the luxurious city of only celebrities, he has not been seen accompanied by anyone other than his wife.
In addition, these days a confession that was captured in a book by the writer and journalist Tom Bower, biographer of the English crown, has resounded again.
In this it is established that supposedly a very close friend of the late Queen Elizabeth II would have mentioned that Harry and Meghan’s marriage would end in tearsbefore getting married in London in 2018.
This is Lady Susan Hussey, 83, Baroness Hussey and Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth II until 2022.who supposedly would have told the queen in life that the couple would not work together, so it would end in sadness for everyone.
“While discussing the possibility that Meghan could link up with the National Theater after the wedding, Hussey unexpectedly took the couple’s future seriously. “Everything will end in tears,” he warned. ‘Remember what I tell you,’” Tom Bower wrote in his book.
For now, Harry will continue his current life in the United States with Markel and their children Archie, 3, and Lilibet Diana, 1.