Even though Prince Harry might have rubbed his family the wrong way when he declared that he and Meghan Markle would be starting a new chapter in the United States, it seems like it was all worth it in the end.
“I am hearing that, despite it all, Harry is very happy with his lot," Majesty magazine’s editor-in-chief, Ingrid Seward, said. “He has managed to break away from the ‘toxic’ royal life, which is what his mother always wanted to do but was never able to.”
The two seem like they are in a better place now, but it took a long time to get there. After spilling secrets to Oprah Winfrey, the red-headed royal's brood was less than pleased with him.
To make matters worse, the 37-year-old kept doing interviews where he insulted his brother, Prince William, and father, Prince Charles.
Harry has adjusted to living on the West Coast just fine, though.
"Well, we moved here during lockdown — exactly when things shut down, so we have just been able to spend a lot of time at home and creating a home, but I think it's just the lifestyle and the weather is pretty great. We are just happy," the former actress told Ellen DeGeneres.
Looking ahead, Seward thinks the duo are just getting started.
"I believe this will be an even better year for Harry and Meghan. Meghan feels she has found her voice and she is determined to make her mark on the world," she stated. Harry says she 'does everything at 60 miles an hour,' and I would not be surprised if she starts to pursue her political ambitions in the U.S. this year. Harry will be cautious about what he says in his forthcoming autobiography. But because it is Harry saying it, it will be sensational. Will they take part in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations? It would look churlish if they were excluded – but how much they will be involved remains to be seen."