Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, has been a prominent figure in the media spotlight, especially since his departure from the UK and his royal duties.
Recent reports suggest that the Duke has been feeling a deep sense of nostalgia for his former life in the UK and is keen on finding a middle ground that would allow him to visit his homeland more frequently.
Harry’s Yearning for Home
According to Mirror, sources close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have revealed that Harry often finds himself reflecting on his decision to step back from royal duties.
These moments of introspection, described as “what the hell have I done” type moments, arise especially after the release of his tell-all book “Spare” and the subsequent multimillion-dollar docuseries with Netflix.
Both projects delved deep into the couple’s experiences and alleged mistreatment within the royal family.
The Struggle of Distance
While Harry and Meghan Markle, have been working on repairing their reputation in Hollywood and securing lucrative deals, Harry reportedly feels somewhat adrift in Los Angeles.
As stated in Mirror, there’s no talk of the couple walking away from their deals, but Harry wishes for a compromise that would allow him to return to the UK more often.
The Duke is said to be waiting for calls from his father, Prince Charles, and brother, Prince William, which unfortunately never come.
Tensions and Hopes for Reconciliation
The relationship between Harry and his older brother, Prince William, has been a topic of much speculation.
Recent events, such as William’s two-day trip to New York where he reportedly banned any mention of Harry, suggest that tensions still exist. However, Grant Harrold, the former butler of King Charles III, expressed optimism about the possibility of reconciliation. He mentioned that now might be the perfect time for Prince William and King Charles to reach out and mend fences.
Prince Harry’s journey since stepping back from royal duties has been filled with both challenges and opportunities.
While he has found success in various ventures, the longing for his old life and the hope for reconciliation with his family remain evident.