Prince HarryandMeghan Marklehave spoken this week in an emotional interview about the struggles they are facing as members of theRoyal Family. It came after a number of episodes this year have signalled the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are moving towards a more private life. Their sonArchie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsorhad a private christening earlier this year, and the Duke and Duchess are open about wanting him up as a private citizen.
PodcastPod Save the Queenis hosted by Ann Gripper, and features Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers alongside Daily Express royal correspondent Richard Palmer.
In this week’s latest episode, the royal experts spokeabout the latestdevelopments and how theSussex’scould be laying the foundation of a more permanent royal break.
Ms Gripper asked: “Could they quit theRoyal Family? “
Mr Palmer answered: “Well, I can see ithappening. “
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex(Image: Getty)
Meghan and Harry in Windsor today(Image: Getty)
He went on: “It’s possible at the moment, I think, to look at what they said, and Meghan essentially saying they’re really only existing and not enjoying life.
“Which opens up the door to them choosing a different life in future, I think.
Certainly if you speak to their office you’ll be told that’s in no way being considered at the moment.
“But I certainly wouldn’t be surprised.
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The comments came on the Sussex’s recent tour of southern Africa(Image : Getty)
“And it looks to me almost as if they ‘re creating a narrative that will allow them to justify doing exactly that at a later point.
“Saying look, our lives were made hell , we were just so unhappy, we were better off getting out of it and going to live in Los Angeles, or the alternative would be Africa. ”
Mr Myers agreed, saying: “I th ink they’ve laid the foundations, no doubt in my mind. ”
He went on to ask:“ How do we think it would work? They would just say, we’ve had enough? Do you renounce your title? “
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Meghan speaking on the ITV documentary this week(Image: ITV)
Meghan introduces baby Archie to Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town(Image: Getty)
Mr Palmer: “In theory they could do.
“The option of a halfway house, if you like, living in Africa – I just don’t see how that would work.
“The British taxpayers paying for the cost of round-the-clock s ecurity and protection for them living out there,I thinkit would be so expensive, it would be hard tojustify. “
Mr Myers added: “It would be highly criticized, and again you’re a part ofTheFirm.
Prince Harry and Meghan timeline(Image: DX)
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