Prince Harry Really Misses Canada Now That He’s Living in LA, Source Claims

When Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex revealed they were resigning as senior working members of the British royal family, many people were taken aback. Most royal fans and experts knew that the couple was struggling in their high profile positions. However, washing their hands of the royal family altogether seemed extreme.

Shortly after announcing Megxit, the pair left the U.K. for their rented home on Vancouver Island in Canada. The quiet, picturesque location seemed like the perfect place for the pair to raise their son away from the spotlight. They could also find the peace that they’ve so desperately desired. However, it turns out that Vancouver Island was a temporary location for the Sussexes.

After completing their final royal engagements in early March, the pair have moved to Los Angeles, California permanently. It’s a move that no one expected. Now royal exerts believe the prince is desperate to return to Canada.

Moving to Los Angeles was a bold move for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

LA is the Duchess of Sussex’s hometown, and it’s close to a powerhouse Hollywood team for the launch of the Archewell brand. However, Hollywood is right in the center of everything which certainly won’t provide them with the privacy and peaceful life that they desire.

Still, one royal expert believes that this bold move might just pay off for the pair, especially for the Duke of Sussex.

“I feel like he has found somebody that he can be emotionally open with and I think that’s a really good thing… Family becomes the most important thing,” British aristocrat Lady Julie Montagu explained to Town & Country. “I always say whenever you meet an American, you know their life story within 24 hours… We’re very emotionally open, which I think for Harry is actually a really good thing. He’ll be able to talk about his feelings, probably more than he was able to talk about over here. I wouldn’t be surprised if we start to hear a little bit more about how he feels about losing his mother at age 12, and maybe how he and Megan were treated in the press over here.”

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Prince Harry may be having second thoughts about LA

LA, especially amongst the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a massive adjustment for the duke who has spent his entire life in the U.K. In fact, there are some clues that he’s having some second thoughts about the move.

“The Duke has not made an application for dual citizenship and I don’t think he will apply for a green card at any point,” a royal insider told The Times. If Prince Harry doesn’t apply for a green card, it means he has no plans on being a permanent resident of the U.S.

The Duchess of Sussex and Archie Harrison are U.S. citizens so they can stay in the States permanently if they choose.

Prince Harry misses Canada

It appears like LA hasn’t been as quiet and peaceful as life on Vancouver Island. “Harry absolutely loved life in Canada and has made no secret of how much he misses life there,” a royal insider told Express. “The time that he spent there with Meghan and Archie is probably the happiest he has ever been. Harry misses the pace of life there and the fact they were living in a really secluded place where they could be themselves, relax and enjoy life. The biggest issue really has been the timing. Moving at the moment is incredibly difficult. Harry and Meghan have uprooted their life and have been unable to properly immerse themselves into LA life and get settled. Harry is hoping that once the lockdown is lifted things will be a lot easier and they will fall into step with the pace of life there.”

It looks like LA might not be the Sussexes’ final stop after all.