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Prince Harry will not be living with regret after he and Meghan Markle decided to take a step back, as a senior member of the royal family, according to a new report.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, england, turned heads in January when they announced their desire to split their time between the United Kingdom and North America, in addition to earning their own income. Since settling in Canada for the last couple of weeks, sources tell Us Weekly that Harry was more than pleased with the couple’s decision.
“Harry is very happy in Canada, and you will feel a lot more relaxed,” an insider told the magazine. “So, he doesn’t regret the move.”
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The uk’s Prince Harry attends the BRITISH African Investment Summit in London, Monday, Nov. 20.
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According to the source, and Harry’s vow to “protect” Meghan, age 38, and their son, Archie, 9 months old, it was his “No. 1 priority.”
“Well, that is exactly what he has done,” said the source.
Harry and Meghan’s place of residence to remain to keep the audience on their toes. Last week, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, england fans are shocked when they are on top of a chic hotel in downtown Miami, to attend a JPMorgan chase speak of the event. Fox News has been confirmed by Harry and Meghan’s attendance at the exclusive gig, and learned that Harry made a speech while there.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been living on Vancouver Island since the time of leaving the United Kingdom, Megxit
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Harry was said to be in talks to carry out the talks with the banking giant Goldman Sachs, but sources have told the Daily Mail that the discussions between the bank and your team is in first place for his good purposes.
In January, the Queen, has announced its support of the Megxit in a statement.
“My family had a very constructive discussion about the future of my grandson and his family,” the reigning monarch is shared, in a statement. “My family and I are very supportive of Harry and Meghan’s desire to have a new life as a new family. Although we would have preferred them to remain a full-time working Members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand the desire to live a more independent life, as a family, while remaining a valued part of the family.
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Meghan, Countess of Sussex, to be present at the annual Remembrance Sunday memorial at The Centotaph on November 10, 2019.
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“Harry, Meghan, have made it very clear that she did not want to be dependent on the use of public resources in to their new life,” the 93-year-old continued. “Therefore, it is agreed that there will be a period of transition, in which the Sussexes to spend some time in Canada, and the united kingdom. These are complex matters, for my family, and to solve it, and there is more work to be done, but I’ve been asked to make the final decision to be reached in the next few days.”
The couple lived in a house on Vancouver Island, has been.