In a revealing new article for the Mail, royal biographer Penny Junor has said that the Prince’s life in the monarchy had generated sympathy from the Queen about “his plight.”
She remarked: “Until you have walked in another man’s shoes, it is impossible to know how they feel-and dangerous to make assumptions.
“Only the Queen and other members of the family can fully appreciate Harry’s predicament.”
Ms Junor also observed that Prince Harry has seemed much happier in himself since the shocking announcement for him and Meghan to step back as senior royals.
“I noticed Harry’s smile was back in place when he appeared as patron of the Rugby Football League to host the draw for the 2021 World Cup at Buckingham Palace last Thursday.
“Meanwhile, 4,500 miles away, Meghan – wrapped up against the bitter Canadian winter, and back in her trademark jeans – is looking happy again, too. She’s back in her comfort zone.”
The revelation from Ms Junor on the Sussexes comes as rumours have begun to swirl about the royal couple’s next endeavours.
It has been claimed that Meghan and Prince Harry will seek to make their own money by providing voiceovers and producing documentaries on “worthy” issues such as climate change and mental health.
The Prince’s life in the monarchy “has come at a price too much to bear.”
Prince Harry has seemed much happier in himself as of late.
A source told MailOnline: “The sorts of deals they will do will be more along the lines of the documentary series the Duke is executive producing on mental health for Apple TV. It’s a new model, admittedly, but they are determined to prove to the family that this can work.”
Netflix has already jumped at the opportunity to work alongside the couple, with the chief content officer for the streaming giant already expressing his interest.
Speaking in LA, Ted Sarandos said: “Who wouldn’t be interested? Yes, sure.”
The green light for Meghan and Prince Harry to air their own productions comes after a “hard Megxit deal” will see Meghan and Prince Harry leave their HRH titles behind and end their official royal duties.
Meghan and Prince Harry will seek to make their own money by providing voiceovers.
The Duke and Duchess will now have to pay back the public funds used to refurbish Frogmore Cottage, which cost the taxpayer £2.4 million.
In a statement released by the Queen, she announced that Megxit plans were now finalised and that the Sussexes would now live an “independent life.”
“Following many months of conversations and more recent discussions, I am pleased that together we have found a constructive and supportive way forward for my grandson and his family.
“I recognise the challenges they have experienced as a result of intense scrutiny over the last two years and support their wish for a more independent life.
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Yesterday evening the Prince gave an emotionally charged speech at The Ivy Chelsea Garden.
Harry and Meghan leave their HRH titles behind and end their official royal duties.
“It is my whole family’s hope that today’s agreement allows them to start building a happy and peaceful new life.”
Meanwhile, both Prince Harry has continued to fulfill his charitable obligations, yesterday evening he gave an emotionally charged speech at The Ivy Chelsea Garden.
Where the Duke admitted that he felt “great sadness that it has come to this” and also added, “we’re not just walking away.”
He said: “Once Meghan and I were married we were excited. We were hopeful and we were here to serve. For those reasons, it brings me great sadness that it has come to this.
“The decision that I have made for my wife and I to step back is not one I made lightly. It was so many months of talks after so many years of challenges and I know I haven’t always gotten it right but as far as this goes there really was no other option.
Megxit plans are now finalised and that the Sussexes would now live an “independent life.”
“What I want to make clear is we’re not walking away, and we certainly aren’t walking away from you.
“Our hope was to continue serving the Queen, the commonwealth, and my military associations, but without public funding. Unfortunately, that wasn’t possible.”