According to a Radar Online report, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently “taking time apart” to rebuild their relationship, after a “family drama” caused a rift in their relationship.
A source close to the couple told the tabloid that personal as well as cultural differences have caused the couple to drift apart. “Harry doesn’t fit in Meghan’s tacky, Tinseltown world,” told the source to the news portal.
Prince Harry is reportedly planning a solo trip to Africa, to film a documentary. “The anticipated solo trip may be just what Harry needs as he considers the continent his “second home and a place where he feels “most like himself,” revealed the anonymous source. Markle, on the other hand, has hired a new agent to help her, build up her brand. Royal expert Daniela Elser told the portal that Markle was “looking to establish her own brand and make millions.” “For the first time, they are truly on divergent professional paths,” she was quoted as saying to Radar Online.
The couple’s relationship reportedly worsened after their $20 million deal with Spotify failed to take off. Moreover, some financial troubles also played spoilsport in their relationship. “That stress coupled with their emotional issues has likely made life a living hell. Taking time apart on different continents will hopefully help them find whatever they need to move on,” claimed the source.
The couple’s deal with the popular streaming service came to an end and all talks of a second season of their podcast ‘Archetypes’ fell through. Harry’s proposal to interview Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Pope Francis, and Mark Zuckerberg, puzzled the executives at Spotify as per reports,
Another anonymous source told the celebrity gossip site DeuxMoi, that the pair had sold their lavish home in Montecito, California and Harry was staying elsewhere.
Harry and Meghan got married in a lavish wedding at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor on May 19, 2018.