Royal Author Claims Prince Harry’s ‘Honeymoon Period’ in US Over

Prince Harry seems sad and misses his former life in the UK,’ royal pundit Tom Quinn said of Harry.

As his “honeymoon period” in the US with Meghan Markle is sunsetting, the Duke of Sussex seems to be looking back at the past.

Quinn claims that following his eviction from Frogmore Cottage last year, Prince Harry is eager to locate a property in the United Kingdom.

Despite Harry and Meghan’s spectacular departure from their roles as working royals and subsequent relocation to California in 2020, it appears that not everything is as peachy as Prince William’s brother had imagined.

Quinn claims that Harry will inevitably look back on his time in the United States through rose-colored glasses when the honeymoon phase comes to a close.

Without proof, Quinn says that Harry is eager to settle down in the UK for good.

Since the health catastrophe hit the UK family, it’s little wonder Harry has wished for a reunion. Two members of the royal family—King Charles and Kate Middleton—received cancer diagnoses. The publishing of the Duke’s memoirs ‘Spare,’ on top of their prior bombshell Netflix documentary and interview with Oprah Winfrey, which severely criticized the royal family, has contributed to the widening gap between the two royal families.

The situation became even more delicate as Harry revealed in his memoirs published in 2023 that he was saddened by leaving Frogmore Cottage, his former royal residence at Windsor Castle.

Many of his Old Etonian and army buddies have not visited because they don’t get along with Meghan, the royal analyst continued.

After receiving Frogmore Cottage as a wedding gift from the late Queen, the couple were granted permission to use the property as their UK headquarters for a number of years.

In his book Spare, published last year, the Duke discussed his expulsion from Frogmore Cottage. He has previously spoken about his love of the UK.

“This was going to be my forever home once upon a time,” Harry wrote. Rather, it had turned out to be little more than a quick pit stop.

Then, in 2023, King Charles removed Harry and Meghan from the royal home, and everything changed.

The couple currently resides in a Montecito, California, home with their two children, Archie and Lilibet, and have hardly stayed at the property.

Royal author Phil Dampier recently said that the Sussexes should “build some bridges” instead of criticizing the royals any further.