No regrets! Prince Harry ‘feels liberated’ after starting new chapter in post-royal life

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Prince Harry is happy with his decision to relocate to California with his growing family, according to an insider. They said: “Harry does not have any regrets.”

Speaking to Us Weekly, the source added Harry “feels liberated and excited about starting this new chapter” with his wife Meghan Markle.

This isn’t the first time a source has claimed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are satisfied with their life-changing move.

In early January, an insider told People magazine: “Despite everything that has been going on this year, they don’t regret their move to the US.

“They love that they are able to focus on projects and causes that are important to them.”

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle officially stepped down as senior royals 12 months ago, after announcing in January 2020 their intention of “stepping back” as full-time working royals to carve out a progressive new role within the Firm.

According to their vision outlined in the bombshell statement published on their Sussex Royal Instagram account, Meghan and Harry wanted to become financially independent and live between North America and the UK.

But they also wanted to be able to continue to represent the Crown and retain all their patronages.

This solution was not deemed workable by the Queen, who met with Prince Harry, Charles and William on January 18, 2020, to flesh out the terms of the Sussexes’ exit.

As a result of what became known as Megxit, Meghan and Harry lost all their military and royal patronages.

They also can no longer represent the Queen with royal visits, tours and engagements.

And they are not allowed to use their HRH styles or the word ‘royal’ in their branding.

However, they were given the freedom to live abroad and, after becoming independent from the Sovereign Grant, pursue financially profitable ventures.

Over the past year, Meghan and Harry have struck deals with Netflix as well as Spotify – for which they have already published a holiday special episode of their podcast in December.

They also dipped their toes in the world of Californian start-ups, as Meghan has invested in instant latte company Clevr Blends while Harry was appointed Chief Impact Officer of mental health and coaching firm BetterUp.

Meghan and Harry discussed their decision to leave Britain and the Royal Family during their two-hour-long landmark interview with Oprah Winfrey aired in March.

Asked why did they leave, Harry said: “Lack of support and lack of understanding.”

Prompted to explain whether their move was caused by a desire to get away from the British press or because they weren’t getting enough support from the Firm, Harry responded: “It was both.”

Oprah also asked what was the “tipping point” that made the Sussexes take their decision to leave.

Harry replied: “t was desperate. I went to all the places which I thought I should go to, to ask for help. We both did. Separately and together”.

The Duke of Sussex also said they wanted to “take a breath” from “this constant barrage” from the UK press.

He continued: “My biggest concern was history repeating itself and I’ve said that before on numerous occasions, very publicly.

“And what I was seeing was history repeating itself. But more, perhaps.

“Or definitely far more dangerous because then you add race in and you add social media in.

“And when I’m talking about history repeating itself, I’m talking about my mother.”

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