Meghan Markle and Prince Harry – who left the royal family last year in March – have suffered greatly after Megxit.
The four-time uprooting left the Duke and Duchess of Sussex feeling ‘out of place’, but the couple have not looked back, according to the authors of ‘Finding Freedom’.
They suffered a lot after their nanny returned to the UK. Harry and Meghan should have faced hardships on their own on their journey to a financially independent life.
Carolyn Durand and Omid Scobie, who co-wrote their bio, claimed the move to Los Angeles brought about difficult changes for Meghan and Harry.
Omid Scobie said: “Being where they are now, having built an empire and charity in just over nine months, shows how hard they’ve worked to make this transition a success. ”
The royal expert wrote to Grazia: “But it took a lot of work to get here. The trip was painful.
They claimed the move was also difficult for the former “Suits” star, who had juggled motherhood and moving four times.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left their Frogmore Cottage last year to live in Vancouver for six months, before moving to Tyler Perry’s Hollywood Hills.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have finally settled into their newly purchased mansion in Montecito. But, each movement would have added to their suffering and made them feel more out of place.