The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could move to Australia, just as his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales, did for a brief period after her engagement to Prince Charles, a source said. Speaking to Woman’s Day, a source said the Duke of Sussex may be interested in buying an Australian beach house.
Speaking to Women’s Day, the source said: “Harry has a soft spot for Australia and given that his mother has spent such precious private time here, it is no surprise that he feels a call and want to seek what once feels like his mother’s spiritual home.
“Meghan was very shocked at first – and she wasn’t impressed that he went behind her back and did it – but she too would love to get her hands on something that belonged to Diana… although that makes William furious! “
In 1981, Harry’s mother Princess Diana left the UK for some time before Prince Charles made the news of their engagement official.
She secretly flew to Australia to reflect on her decision and if she really wanted to become Queen in the future.
According to Royal Australian expert Judy Wade, Diana remained in Mollymook’s hideout from her mother, Frances Shand Kydd.
While there, she surfed and swam in complete anonymity.
In her book Diana: The Intimate Portrait, Ms. Wade wrote, “Frances rented a beach house nestled among tall gum trees overlooking the beach. “
The author described the house as “a modern dark-colored wooden beach house, located at the end of a winding dirt road, which made it invisible from the road”.
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The Duke stressed that such stories should be shared more “to try to get rid of stereotypes to get rid of these preconceptions”.
He added: “My biggest hope is that people will watch this movie and say ‘No matter how hard my life is, no matter how hard a day or a week can be, that’s what I aspire to. , not just for me but for my family and all the loved ones around me.
“This is the element that I think will ultimately change the world, well done and thank you very much.”
Describing the importance of sport in people’s lives in a trailer for the documentary, Harry said, “There is nothing in the world that can bring you back from the darker places than sport.