Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reportedly “can’t agree” on how to parent their two children, four-year-old Archie and two-year-old Lilibet.
An insider said that Harry’s upbringing within the Royal Family has really affected him, with the Duke of Sussex wanting privacy when it comes to his life in the US – and most importantly, his two children.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussexes’s lack of public appearances together, particularly since the release of Harry’s memoir Spare in January, has sparked rumours that all is not well in the Sussex camp.
Archie and Lilibet are rarely seen away from the family-of-four’s nine-bedroom home in Montecito, with only a few public appearances in the last few years.
Meghan Markle wants to raise Archie and Lilibet openly in California, and was reportedly not overly impressed with the high amount of focus on Harry’s recent court cases against the media in London.
The insider told the Sun: “They disagree sometimes on certain approaches.
“Meghan would love to be done with all the legal stuff. But she’s still supportive of him as she knows how important it is to him.
“But she’s ready to move on. They have a beautiful life in California and new friends. Montecito is paradise. Harry is very outdoorsy, he loves it there.”
The source added: “There is a difference in how he has grown up. He fears for his own children because of what he has gone through.”
Harry has previously claimed that he wanted to move away from the UK in order to “break the cycle of pain”. He also feared seeing history repeat itself, worrying that Meghan would end up like his own mother, who died in a car crash in 1997.
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