Did Prince Harry Change His Inner Circle After Marrying Meghan Markle?

Meghan Markle had to make a lot of changes when marrying into the royal family. However, Prince Harry also changed from his partying ways to be more serious.

Did he change his inner circle after getting married too? Here is what a biographer said about his lifestyle change.

Prince Harry had a few scandals during his partying days

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The prince certainly had fun when he was younger. That sometimes got him in hot water.

One of his scandals involved him being photographed playing “strip billiards” in a hotel room in Vegas, according to BBC. He later made a statement about the incident.

“At the end of the day I probably let myself down, I let my family down, I let other people down,” he said. “But at the end of the day I was in a private area and there should have been a certain amount of privacy that one should expect.”

At the time, he was serving in the British military. He added, “It was probably a classic example of me probably being too much army and not enough prince. It’s a simple case of that.”

Some friends claimed to be happy to see how he changed

The public noticed how Prince Harry has changed, and so did his friends. One of them noted his new love for yoga.

We never thought Harry would be raving about yoga, but he loves it,” one friend reportedly told Vanity Fair. “He looks great, he’s lost weight, he’s super healthy, and I think he’s really happy although I’m sure he does miss going out with some of his old mates for the occasional pint.”

The insider also talked about other changes. “Harry used to love lying in, but he’s up super early with Meghan and the first thing he says he does is a work out, then he has a green juice,” said the source. “Meghan is definitely behind his new regimen. They both see a nutritionist and are into their supplements.”

Biographer Angela Levin claims he dropped a few people because he’s devoted

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Angela Levin wrote the biography “Harry: A Biography of a Prince.” She claimed the new father made a few lifestyle changes for his wife.

“I think that when people marry, they sort of slightly change so that they can work together as a team,” said Levin on Fox News. “There has been some criticism about her changing Harry. But I think she’s very confident… And he doesn’t mind at all. He is very, very proud of her. He’s actually in awe of her. He wants to be with her more than anything. His relationship with her is more important than anything.”

Many might remember how Prince Harry was when he was younger and single. He was different partially because of who was around him at the time.

“Some of his friends were with him when he was heavily drinking, smoking and behaving like a bad boy,” she said. “And he doesn’t want to do that anymore. He’s completely devoted to Meghan who is great into looking after yourself and keeping fit with yoga… He’s dropped a few people who just didn’t connect with her.”

It sounds like the married life is serving Prince Harry well. He made a few changes to his lifestyle including dropping a few people, according to a biographer.