Prince Harry says he doesn’t regret leaving his royal life behind and moving to the United States.
The Duke of Sussex settled in California after leaving the UK for Canada with his wife Meghan Markle and son Archie in late 2019.
They decided to leave royal duties behind and officially confirmed the move earlier this year.
After the explosive interview with Oprah, a source said the prince has not regretted moving and instead feels “liberated” by his new life.
The nameless insider told US Weekly : “Harry finds the situation with his family unfortunate.
“But he says [they have] No regrets about moving … and that things are just getting started for her.
“”[He] feels liberated and excited to start this new chapter. “
Harry recently took on a leadership role at a mental health company, BetterUp.
Harry is now a chief impact officer for the company.
The couple have also signed deals with Netflix and Spotify.
A royal biographer has discussed the idea of US President Meghan Markle’s bid with Good Morning Britain.
Ranvir Singh grilled Tom Bower about the Duchess of Sussex’s potential to make an offer for the White House.
Tom said the Duchess of Sussex was “clearly someone very interested in politics and I think she would like to influence the world”.
He also shared their friendships with [Barack] Obama and ex-president [Bill] Clinton would benefit her to get the Democratic ticket in California.