Prince Harry has reportedly joined a helicopter club in California to take Meghan Markle and her son Archie on family trips.
The Duke of Sussex, 36, must train to fly to keep his helicopter license up to date, a royal insider told The Sun.
In 2013, the royal qualified as an Apache helicopter commander while serving in the Army Air Corps regiment, but left the military less than a year later to pursue charitable work.
Prince Harry is said to have joined a helicopter club in California to take Meghan Markle and her son Archie on family trips. The Duke of Sussex, 36, needs to fly training to keep his helicopter license up to date. He is pictured in the army on a helicopter in 2012
“He is very proud of this license; he worked hard to get the base first, then the Apache.
“He’s unlikely to be recalled for military service in England again, but he wants to keep the hours for personal use, so he and Meghan can just go on expeditions if they want,” he said. Harry’s friend at the newspaper.
Although it is believed that Harry does not yet have his own helicopter, the source added that there would be “a lot of wealthy benefactors” who would be happy to lend Harry their helicopters because they “would love the association. royal ”.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex resigned their duties as royals in March and moved to Vancouver Island, Canada.
Although it is believed that Harry does not yet have his own helicopter, the source added that there would be “a lot of wealthy benefactors” who would be happy to lend Harry their helicopters because they “would love the association. royal ”. Harry is pictured with Meghan and Archie in 2019 in South Africa
They spent time in Los Angeles, the hometown of Meghan, 39, before moving to Santa Barbara, California, where they currently live in an £ 11million mansion with their son Archie, a.
Last month the couple signed a £ 112million Netflix deal that “could include a documentary on Princess Diana.”
An insider told the Mirror that the documentary will focus on the history and legacy of Diana’s family, but has expressed concerns about it, widening the rift with brother William.
Rumors that Harry and Meghan were seeking a foothold in Hollywood have escalated since the couple announced plans to step down as royals, seek financial independence and move to North America in January.
Harry is pictured in 2013 after qualifying as an Apache pilot in the British Army. Less than a year later, he left to pursue charitable work
Meghan’s first job after Megxit in showbiz was as the narrator for the Disney Plus Elephants documentary series, which released in April.
The Los Angeles native landed the job after Harry bragged about his voice over talents to Disney President Bob Iger at the London premiere of the live-action remake of The Lion King in the summer latest.
His fees for the project went entirely to the Elephants Without Borders charity – an organization dedicated to wildlife conservation and helping protect animals from poaching.
Harry followed in his footsteps by appearing in a new Netflix documentary about the Paralympic Games called Rising Phoenix, which aired on August 26.
Rumors that Harry and Meghan are seeking a foothold in Hollywood have been rife since the couple announced plans to step down as royals, seek financial independence and relocate to North America in January.
In 2014, Harry confessed that he had missed his role as an Apache helicopter pilot and would like to return to flying in the future.
The prince loved his five-month posting to Afghanistan in the winter of 2012-13, where he served as a high-level co-pilot, often providing superior coverage for medical evacuations. But he didn’t appreciate the social side of life on base in Wattisham, Suffolk.
As an Apache pilot, it was his regular job to provide cover from above while crews retrieved casualties from the battlefield, often under enemy fire.
Prince Harry and Meghan have announced that they have signed an agreement with Netflix. Pictured, in a video provided on Monday July 6, 2020 by the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust