The deadly coronavirus pandemic put the stopper on Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle’s plans to be in the U.K. this summer.
Contrary to their original plan of visiting the U.K. this summer, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been holed up in the Duchess of Sussex‘s native California with their son Archie while focusing on their future endeavors. As soon as they got engaged, the couple has been working non-stop.
The quarantining period gave them a much-needed opportunity to bond as a family and lend a helping hand to those hit hardest by the crisis. Aside from that, the Prince and Meghan have been spending time learning more about the Black Lives Matter movement and working on their new ventures.
After the Sussexes shifted to L.A. earlier this year, staying at Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills mansion for several months, there has been ample speculation about how Prince Harry has been dealing with his new life in the United States.
He has finally opened up about how he feels to be living in California. Although he is disgusted by L.A., Prince Harry loves his new life, particularly his new home in Montecito. The Prince revealed how he feels about California during a video call with the RFL (Rugby Football League).
“I am loving it. It’s fantastic,” he admitted via Daily Mail. Prince Harry, who is likely to lose his royal title and adopt a celebrity persona, went on to say that all he needs are a few mini rugby balls so that he can get his son Archie involved with the game, adding that they have got a little bit of space outside their home, which they were fortunate enough to have.
Noting that there’s a whole Rugby League world cup coming up in 2021, Prince Harry said he definitely plans on coming back. He explained that if it wasn’t for the coronavirus pandemic, he would have been back already. It is good to see Prince Harry doing so well.