Prince Charles 'distanced' from others at premiere says expert
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shocked the world when they announced they were stepping down as senior members of the Royal Family. The couple relocated to California with their son, Archie last year and have since welcomed a daughter, Lilibet Diana.
However, when Prince Charles becomes King, Meghan and Harry are expected to miss out on a royal perk.
Prince Charles moved into Clarence House after the Queen Mother died in 2002, where she had lived for nearly five decades.
Previously it was reported the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were earmarked to move into Clarence House once Prince Charles became King.
However, new reports claim due to Megxit this is no longer the case.
The Mail on Sunday reports the Sussexes’ departure to California means Clarence House is now “no longer on the cards”.
The report outlined: “It is now more likely to be saved for Prince George, Princess Charlotte or Prince Louis.”
Clarence House was the location where Prince William and Kate Middleton gave their engagement interview in 2010.
However, the Mail on Sunday also reported the property’s “outdated decor is a turn-off for younger royals”.
Express.co.uk has approached Clarence House for a comment.
More to follow…
Kate is ‘warm’ while Meghan ‘modern’ mother – their ‘different approaches’ to parenting
Parenting expert at Guide Plus, Leon Hady, commented: “Both Kate and Meghan have spoken out about the importance of mental health and wellbeing and this can be seen in a practical sense in the images of both mothers with their children.
“The photos of Kate and Meghan with their little ones show the warmth, affection and close bond they both clearly have with their children,” he said.
“Kate has previously spoken about the importance of letting children explore and play in nature.
“Photos of Kate often depict her taking part in games and getting down to eye level with her children, which allows her children to feel a sense of security and feel reassured that they have her undivided attention,” Leon explained.
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