PRINCE Harry’s spirit was being crushed as a member of the Royal Family, according to Meghan Markle, who’s reportedly been telling friends he can now live a prosperous life.
“She said that like her, his spirit was being crushed and she simply couldn’t bear to see him suffer anymore,” Meghan reportedly said.
The dogs, a beagle named Guy and a black Labrador named Oz, were being watched by two royal protection officers from a distance as the happy family trotted along what looked like a trail.
Harry, 35, flew from London to his new home in North America last night, following his decision to leave the Royal Family.
He said the move to step back had come after “months of talks after so many years of challenges.”
“I know I haven’t always gotten it right, but as far as this goes, there really was no other option,” Harry said.
According to the DailyMail.com, “Meghan has been telling her close friends that this is the best thing that could ever happen to Harry”
“That out of anyone he will flourish the most and that it was her love for him that made this possible,” the source said.
Meghan has reportedly told close friends that the $14 million mansion the family has been staying at on Vancouver Island is “her happy place.”
She says “that in the last couple of months, she’s felt more at home than she ever did in the U.K.”
She was said to want out after becoming worried that baby son Archie would grow up stifled by the constraints of royal life.
The friend said: “Meghan felt she had to escape because living within the royal confines was soul-crushing.”
“She told her inner circle of friends that her soul was being crushed and that the decision to leave was a matter of life or death” — meaning the death of her spirit.”
It’s unclear where the family plans to permanently live, but they are expected to take their time mulling over their plans while lapping up the luxury of their six-bedroomed dream home.
Toronto is seen as the most likely new home for the family after Meghan spent seven years there while starring in television drama “Suits.”
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