Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “finding it quite hard on their own” in the US, a royal expert has claimed.
Harry and Meghan stepped down from royal duties to adopt a civilian life in California last year, but have continued to remain in the spotlight.
The pair have gathered attention for their numerous business ventures, which include deals with Netflix, and signing up as ‘impact partners’ with a sustainable investment firm.
In his early adult years, Harry spent time serving with the British military, but was unable to attend last year’s Remembrance Day ceremony at the Cenotaph due to living in the US during the Covid pandemic.
Harry wore his military medals at an event with Meghan in New York City on Wednesday (November 10) and, despite saying he is living the "American dream", the Daily Mirror's royal commentator Russell Myers believes the couple are still finding their feet.
“Just a point on Harry wearing his medals, because obviously he’s not allowed to wear ceremonial uniform having stepped back from the Royal Family,” he told Pod Save the Queen.
“They've obviously got to try and find their own way of commemorating both war heroes at home and abroad, and in the States and the Commonwealth.
“It’s just a balancing act. I don’t think they’ve found their feet, I think they’re so far from doing that at the moment.”
This year’s day of commemoration comes at a turbulent time for the Sussexes.
Meghan was recently forced to apologise after it was revealed that she had in fact known a former aide was in contact with Finding Freedom’s “unauthorised” biographers.
Meanwhile, the Duke of Sussex spoke at a virtual summit on online trolling, and called out trolls for inventing the “misogynistic” term ‘Megxit’, criticising journalists as “pirates with press cards” for disseminating its use.
Russell noted these controversies, and said: “They just seem to be fighting so many battles on so many levels and still trying to work out where they are.
“It’s a tricky business I suppose, they’re finding it quite hard on their own, I think.”
Despite this, Harry declared that he is "living the American dream" while speaking at the Salute to Freedom Gala in New York on November 10.
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