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Prince Harry ‘secretly tortured’ over choice to leave royal family, author claims

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Prince Harry is feeling ‘secretly tortured’ over his choice to leave his household and relocate to LA with Meghan Markle and Archie, royal authors have actually claimed.

Authors Andy Tillett and Dylan Howard has actually alleged that the Duke of Sussex is having a hard time to get used to his changed life in a new book – ‘Royals At War: The Scoop of Harry and Meghan’s Stunning Split With your house of Windsor’.

The feelings were stated to be increased when Prince Charles evaluated positive for coronavirus.

A source has told the Sun: “On top of it all, he’s got cabin fever.

” It was far from an ideal situation. Harry’s gone from feeling delighted about the move to sensation privately tortured.”

Prince Harry is stated to be fighting with life in LA

However an expert informed the Sun that Meghan is doing her best to support her hubby with the move.

They stated: “She’s ensuring [Harry] that once things return to typical, he’ll enjoy their brand-new life in LA.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are currently holed up in the 12- bedroom $18 million Beverly Hills mansion owned by Hollywood star and manufacturer Tyler Perry.


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The couple transferred to LA after stepping down as senior royals

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The Tuscan villa-inspired estate boasts its own fountain welcoming guests at the front entryway, as well as 22 acres of sprawling grounds.

Marble pillars support a shady deck out back, where there’s likewise a huge swimming pool where the little family can play and work out, as well as a private security team protecting the gates of the unique neighborhood.

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