Prince Harry is ‘overwhelmed with guilt’ and struggling to adjust to new LA life

Prince Harry (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
Prince Harry (PHOTO: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
  • Following his decision to step down from his royal title Prince Harry is struggling to adjust to his new independent life.
  • A source claims he’s suffering from cabin fever and is sad to be away from the royal family during this time.
  • It is also reported that he is feeling secretly tortured while Meghan remains optimistic.

Prince Harry is feeling homesick.

Authors Andy Tillett and Dylan Howard have claimed in a new book Royals At War: The Inside Story of Harry and Meghan’s Shocking Split With the House of Windsor, that the Duke of Sussex is having difficulties adjusting to his new life, The Sun reported.

In the book says Prince Charles’ diagnosis with the coronavirus was the trigger.

According to Marie Claire, the source also told the authors that the 35-year-old is suffering from “cabin fever”.

“It is far from an ideal situation. Harry’s gone from feeling excited about the move to feeling secretly tortured,” the insider said.

The insider further added that the Duchess of Sussex continues to remain optimistic about their new move while Harry misses the royal family, especially during this time.

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“It’s hitting home for him that Charles and the queen aren't going to be around forever,” the insider says.

“Harry’s biggest fear is not being there if his grandmother were to die.”

Meghan is trying to support him as best she can,  NYPost reported.

“She’s assuring [Harry] that once things go back to normal, he’ll love their new life in LA,” the insider said.

“Meghan wants to take him hiking and talks about the local polo club and how much he’ll love surfing.”

The book, which is currently ranked number one on Amazon’s hot new releases, is explores Harry and Meghan’s exit from the royal family and their rift from the royal family.

Sources: The Sun, Marie Claire,  NYPost

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