Prince Harry wants to give his son 'the childhood he always wanted'

Prince Harry wants to give his son 'the childhood he always wanted'”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are taking advantage of their new found privacy, enjoying dinner dates in their new home of Montecito.

The resemblance in both the statements has drawn the ire of the netizens as well as Meghan's critics who accuse that the Duchess of Sussex has plagiarized a speech for which she was paid a hefty fee.

Markle then revealed she hasn't been on social media since 2018 and said her previous Sussex Royal account was run by "the establishment", referring to the Royal Family.

The online world has been a recurrent topic and project for the royal couple, with Meghan revealing earlier this week she was staying off social media after the trolling she experienced during 2019. "It is so much a part of our daily culture for so many people that it's an addiction like many others".

During an interview with Sky News, royal expert Robert Lacey expressed these thoughts and also attributed Meghan's troubles with the monarchy to be the reason the duo won't be able to return to the United Kingdom for the holiday season. "People who are addicted to drugs and people on social media".

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"We had [an Instagram account] through the institution and our office that was in the U.K. But that wasn't managed by us that was a whole team", the former "Suits" star declared.

"For my own self-preservation, I have not been on social media for a very long time", the duchess shared to Fortune's Emma Hinchliffe.

Speaking to the BBC, Campbell said: "I started writing that book because a year ago I knew privately that Meghan, with Harry's connivance, was getting up to all sorts of things in America that she was completely forbidden from doing as a royal. There are very few things in this world where you call the person who is engaging with it a user", she went on to say. I was on maternity leave or with a baby, "she shared". "But what was able to just be manufactured and just churned out, it's nearly unsurvivable".

As a reminder, Prince Harry is set to be visiting the royal family over the holidays-so hopefully he can put some of this lingering drama to bed.

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