PRINCE Harry is “upset” to miss a visit to Balmoral Castle with his family, while his wife Meghan Markle is not afraid to be absent from the meeting.
Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton, along with their children, have all taken a trip to the Scottish estate, seeing the Queen for the first time in months.
The former royals recently moved into their new £ 11million home in Santa Barbara, California as they begin their new life with their son Archie in the United States.
According to InTouch Weekly, Prince Harry is angry he is stuck in the country and unable to make it to his family’s Scottish holiday home to see loved ones due to the coronavirus crisis.
A source added that the 35-year-old was “frustrated that he couldn’t make it” because he hadn’t been able to see them all for months.
Meanwhile, Meghan, 39, would have no problem staying home.
The insider said: ” [She] doesn’t feel like you’re missing out.
“She’s been too busy decorating their new Montecito mansion. ”
Prince William, 38, and his wife Kate, 38, arrived with their children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – at the estate on Friday, delighted to spend time with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip .
Despite the ongoing family feud, Harry and Meghan were invited to the summer reunion and even initially accepted the invitation in March.
As they had already moved away, the father of one of them eagerly awaited the reunion, leaving him “devastated” when the pandemic ruined their plans.
Although he is disappointed with the trip, he is still happy that he and his wife were able to find and move into their beautiful, new home in a beautiful part of California that they believe is suitable for them.
They originally landed in Los Angeles but later found out that Santa Barbara was more their speed.
A source shared: “Harry doesn’t know the area very well, but so far everything is fine. Santa Barbara is more her scene than LA
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“He has the freedom and the space he needs. Harry was extremely unhappy in LA ”
Los Angeles used to have too many celebrity-seeking tourists to make the former royal feel at home and comfortable, but he believes there are fewer in the area his family now lives in.
Harry enjoys the “peaceful and relaxing” atmosphere of Montecito.