According to some sources, Harry is increasingly "sad and lost" in LA, but Meghan refuses to return to London
Meghan Markle, new life in Los Angeles
Harry would feel "lost" in Los Angeles and would like to go home, despite Meghan Markle's opposition. To reveal it is the Daily Mail according to which the prince has not yet got used to his new life. A situation that, as the insiders reveal, would be creating some tension in the couple. While the former Suits actress would be thrilled and happy to be back in the United States, Harry would not have the same feelings.
Escaped from London to defend his wife from tabloid attention and away from the Royal Family, Harry would now feel "alone" and "out of place" in a city he doesn't know and where only Meghan feels comfortable. "Meghan is a dynamo – said a source close to the couple -, it is full of positive energy that drags Harry, but once the honeymoon is over, you have to find a way to fill the days". Harry would have difficulty finding a job, determined not to put the royal family in further difficulty, while Meghan would already be in contact with producers and directors to get the actress's career back in hand.
If Markle felt sad and lonely in England, now the roles would be reversed and the one in difficulty would be Harry. A situation that would be increasingly distancing the two lovers, determined to live a normal life, but crushed by fame. To these revelations are added those which in recent days have highlighted the existence of a plan by Meghan determined, since before the wedding, to leave London despite the huge expense to renovate Frogmore Cottage (which cost 2.4 million pounds to British subjects ).
Finally, to feed the tensions between Meghan and Harry there would also be concern for Archie's future. In fact, the couple's son is growing up surrounded by adults and without spending time with other children. A situation that would be of great concern to Markle. "She says ideally – if a source in the Daily Mail has revealed – if there were no limitations imposed by Covid-19, she would like to attend a 'mom-son' group class a few times a week with little Archie. This would give him the opportunity to play with other children by learning to interact with them. " Markle would be starting to suffer because of her excessive fame which would lead her to stay away from everything and everyone. "She says she is too known to do normal things."