He is known to be against the grain of the British royal family: if Prince Harry has never really fit into the mold, today he would like to turn traditions upside down. In their book Finding Freedom dedicated to Meghan and Harry, authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand recount how the Duke of Sussex hoped to change old protocols. “He never liked all those drums and trumpets, he never liked those ‘stuck’ engagements, like the state banquets at Buckingham Palace, or all the paraphernalia that goes with that. To this day, Harry does not don’t like to wear ties. ” Prince Charles’ son is said to have once told the authors of the book: “We must take advantage of every moment, make them more fun and interesting.”
If he did not achieve his ends, Prince Harry made the choice to move away from the British royal family. The Duke of Sussex has withdrawn from the monarchy, leaving to settle with Meghan Markle and their son Archie on the other side of the Atlantic, in the United States. An almost normal life, far from the limelight and royal engagements.
A discreet man
One way to regain control of his life. Royal commentator Duncan Larcombe recently told OK Magazine! on meeting Prince Harry: “I remember meeting Harry for a drink right after the results of the investigation into his mother’s death were released. Harry was absolutely furious that his father’s advisers published a statement. It was a sign to me that he had an inherent, unresolved anger that he had no control over what is said. That desire to control his own destiny has always been there. ” Far from British soil, it takes a new start.
Queen Elisabeth II of England, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex (dressed in Dior Haute Coutur © EXPRESS SYNDICATION / BESTIMAGE