Even following their controversial Royal exit in the month of April Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continue to appear on the headlines. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent some quality time in Vancouver Island in Canada and then decided to move to Los Angeles, California amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
There are reports that claim that the couple is making the best of this fresh start in the United States, while others claim that there is trouble in paradise for the young couple.
What’s Going on With the Royal Couple?
In its May 11, 2020 issue, Women’s Day Australia commented that Meghan and Prince Harry were on the verge of breaking as they continue to make preparations for the birthday bash of their child Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The pressures they are facing are a result of their controversial royal exit.
An unnamed source shares that a lot is going on with Meghan Markle and Prince Harry and things are tense in the Sussex household. Meghan is frustrated by the fact that Archie’s first birthday received exposure because of the lockdown. However, there is no conclusive evidence for these stories.
— FOX 5 Atlanta (@FOX5Atlanta) May 11, 2020
“Meghan was looking forward to throwing the party of the century and making it their debut into Hollywood society, and now she feels the chance has been ripped away. Of course, she’s hardly suffering compared to most of the world, so her griping must be getting on Harry’s nerves. He’s incredulous she’s so obsessed with a birthday at a time like this – Archie won’t even remember it!” claims the Insider.
"People warned me about her.She was acting like a diva. 'It was the attitude, the rules. Everyone thought, ''she is acting like an A-lister when she is not even a D-lister''. It was a caricature of someone playing the superstar, you know.'#Megxit #MeghanMarkle #MeghanAndHarry pic.twitter.com/qVOgwqXg36
— Red (@Redredred80) May 4, 2020
A tipster also revealed that Meghan Markle disregarded Prince Harry’s suggestion that they should manage their finances wisely now that they will not be supported by the royal family. Further, it was revealed that the Sussex pair requires somewhere in the range of $20 million per annum to maintain their lifestyle.
Is The Royal Couple Actually Splitting Up?
Fans of the Sussex couple should consider these stories with a giant grain of salt on account of Women Day’s reputation of publishing stories on the basis of unreliable sources.