Inside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's new life in Los Angeles
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that the couple has been having an issue with drones flying over their home.Meghan and Harry also installed privacy screens around the grounds after realizing hikers could easily see into the property, according toThe Sun."If they had gone to LA hoping for a quieter life, where they could duck out of the spotlight, they were sorely mistaken," Nicholl said.
Harry reportedly feels upset about the harassment and guilty for being so far from home during the pandemic.WPA Pool / Poolthat it's been a difficult time for Harry because he doesn't have the support system in LA that Meghan does and faces pressure to build a new life for himself without it.
Harry felt "helpless" being away while his father, Prince Charles, was infected with COVID-19,. They said that the time difference makes it difficult for Harry to make regular calls to his family. However, he has managed to get back in touch with his brother, Prince William.
Nicholl told Insider's Frielthat the physical distance between the two has helped them close their emotional distance."They have done video calls together, they have done a lot of family birthdays and I think with Prince Charles not being well, that really forced the brothers to pick up the phone and get back in touch," she said.
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Why not just let them live their lives in private instead of being nosey f'rs. No one cares about this crap. What trash is this? This is filled with complete nonsense that has no basis in fact. Do better Business Insider. I expect better journalism or opinion pieces from you. Anyone else wonder why the media still promotes the monarchy? You know the British monarchy that benefited from colonialism and imperialism, financial gains through enslavement, genocide, and oppression yet still adored and worshiped. Maybe that’s why these two canceled them.
Stop acting like you care. Stop wasting your time reading this. Start building wealth instead. Gold digger got what she wanted. So, the British royal family receives a salary from the public coffers? They’re glorified welfare recipients. An entirely subsidized lifestyle with fortune and fame. Nice🤩 Business Insider?
And who cares? We're so beyond, 'lifestyles of the rich and kinda famous.' Harry has rejected the traditional role of Court Buffoon which the courtiers and press have forced onto “spares” in the past. William will have to earn his respect without a manufactured “foil”.
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