At the final episode of “Harry & Meghan,” the Netflix docuseries starring the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry discussed what he misses most about life in “the institution.”
“I miss the strange family get-togethers during particular periods of the year when we’re all sort of thrown together under one roof. I miss that,” he replied. I miss the U.K. and my friends because being a part of the institution required me to be there.
The duke continued by saying he had “lost a few friends in this process as well” as a result of his and Meghan Markle’s choice to stand back and relocate to California.
Additionally, he said that he moved to Santa Barbara’s Montecito “because I was altered.”
“I evolved to the point where I outgrew my surroundings. The site where his late mother, Princess Diana, “was probably going to end up residing, possibly,” he continued, “was therefore the most obvious place to come.”
There have been times when I’ve been upset, but I can’t be that angry since I honestly believe that he and he were in the right place. We have reached the other side.
With the release of the Duke of Sussex’s much awaited biography, “Spare,” on January 10, Harry’s revelations will no doubt continue.
The royal stated in a press release announcing the publication of his book that he had “worn many hats over the years, both literally and figuratively, and my hope is that in telling my story — the highs and lows, the mistakes, and the lessons learned — I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.” The royal added that he was “excited for people to read a firsthand account of my life that’s accurate and
More information from “Harry & Meghan” on Netflix:
Meghan remembers how uncomfortable she felt when she first met Prince William and Kate Middleton.
William allegedly raged and screamed at Prince Harry during their departure conversation.
The Duchess of Sussex claimed that when she was younger, her mother was mistaken for her nanny.
The couple’s joint interview following their engagement, according to Meghan, was “rehearsed” and resembled a “orchestrated reality show.”
Wearing a Nazi uniform, according to the Duke of Sussex, was “one of the worst blunders” he ever made.