Prince Harry recently moved to California to start a begin a new phase in his life as a non-senior royal. However, Prince Harry is feeling helpless. Scroll down to know why.
Ex-royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle stepped down as senior members of the royal family and chose to start a new life. Recently, the couple relocated from Canada to the United States. However, according to the sources, Prince Harry isn’t happy with the decision and is feeling helpless and depressed. Find out why.
- Is Prince Harry regretting the decision of stepping down from the Royal Family?
- Why is Prince Harry felt helpless?
- Prince Harry opens up about his depression!
Why Prince Harry Isn’t Happy With The Decision Of Stepping Down From The Royal Family:
The world is suffering and fighting against the coronavirus pandemic. As we all know, last month, it was confirmed that Prince Charles had tested positive for coronavirus. However, Prince Harry’s father Prince Charles has recently recovered from coronavirus and returned home.
US Weekly reported Prince Harry’s reaction when he heard that his father is positive for coronavirus. Its source told, “Despite their ups and downs, hearing that his dad is sick with a potentially life-threatening illness is a huge wake-up call and he was overwhelmed with the feelings of guilt for not being closer to his family and father”.
Later the source added, “During the heart-wrenching call, Harry confessed to feeling beyond helpless, being over 5,000 miles away in L.A”
Prince Harry Opens Up About His Depression:
According to a Forbes 2017 report, Prince Harry discussed about his mental health issues that he faced for many years. The young Prince is prone to mental illness. The difficulties that he faces tie directly to the early death of his mother. Prince Harry even disclosed that he needed therapy.
Now, all the factors including his moving to the US, and his father catching COVID 19 are taking a toll on the young prince. Do you think Prince Harry will be able to cope with all these?
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