Palace Insiders Reveal What Life’s Like Without Meghan and Harry There

According to new sources, after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior royals last year, the palace has been “calmer.”

According to the Mirror in the United Kingdom, Harry and Meghan caused much too much trouble by insisting on doing it that way prior to standing down.

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“When Harry and Meghan were part of the working family, one of their key concerns was their failure to grasp how things worked,” the source said. “Without them kicking off on why they couldn’t just do what they wanted, it’s been a lot easier. Things have been a lot more tranquil.”

It’s funny because before Meghan arrived, we never heard Harry being obnoxious or unpleasant to live with.

Much of this has occurred since Meghan has entered the frame. It is self-evident what occurred. Hary marries an evil shrew who devastates his kin. This is just another example of that.

Last year, Harry and Meghan surprised the world by stepping down as senior royals and relocating from the United Kingdom to Montecito, California, where they now own a home. Meghan is expecting their second child, a baby girl, who is due in the early summer.

Harry recently returned to the United Kingdom for the first time in over a year to attend the funeral of his grandfather, Prince Philip, who died earlier this month at the age of 99. Meghan was unable to attend due to her pregnancy, as doctors told her that traveling at this time was not advisable.

When Harry flew back to California on Tuesday, he raised some eyebrows by declining to stay for the Queen’s 95th birthday on Wednesday. According to Page Six, the “conflicted” Harry decided that seeing his pregnant wife in California was more significant. The 36-year-old royal is said to have returned to California on an American Airlines flight that arrived on Tuesday.

This birthday was particularly difficult for the Queen because it came less than two weeks after she lost her 73-year-old husband.

“On the occasion of my 95th birthday today, I have received several messages of congratulations, which I greatly appreciate. Although we are in a time of deep sorrow as a family, seeing and hearing the tributes paid to my husband from those in the United Kingdom, the Commonwealth, and around the world has been a source of support to us all,” she said in a statement to mark her birthday.

“My family and I would like to express our gratitude for all of your kindness and encouragement in recent days,” the Queen added. “We’ve been profoundly moved, and we’re reminded every day that Philip had such a profound effect on so many people in his life.”


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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