Prince Harry will be a ‘lost soul’ once novelty of freedom ‘wears off’, expert claims

Prince Harry will “get lost” once the novelty of moving to the US with his wife Meghan Markle wears off, believes a top royal biographer.

The Duke of Sussex could long regret his decision to leave his royal life in Britain, says author Tom Quinn – who compared his position to that of Edward Vlll.

He said in a Channel 5 documentary on the occasion of Meghan’s 40th birthday on August 4th that the prince will soon miss what he left behind.

The couple left the UK last year to start a new life out of the spotlight, but the royal writer says the 36-year-old will feel like a “lost soul” for years to come.

Harry has built a new life for himself with Meghan and his children in California and seems to have adopted the Hollywood lifestyle.

It won’t be long before Harry regrets leaving, claims an expert

But biographer Quinn believes it is a matter of time before reality sets in for the king across the Atlantic.

“Meghan gave Harry the kind of freedom he probably never imagined he could enjoy,” Tom told Meghan at 40: The rise to power.

“But I think when the novelty wears off and he realizes, as his great-uncle Edward Vlll did, he’ll be a lost soul.

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“He’s got a nominal role in America, a nominal job, but it’s very difficult to have a normal life when you’re Prince Harry.”

Royal journalist Ashley Pearson believes Meghan is viewed as a “bad guy” for taking Harry out of the UK.

She told the documentary, “I have little doubt that Meghan is seen as a bad guy.

He returned to the UK earlier this month to unveil a statue the family commissioned from their mother Diana

The Duke returned to Britain earlier this month to unveil a statue he and William commissioned from their mother Diana

“What you need to understand is that the British public really loves Harry, they don’t want to see Harry as a traitor, it’s much easier to blame this other woman who is a foreigner.

“But a lot of people think Harry will be back.”

A study shows that two-thirds of Britons “are not at all interested” in reading Harry’s comprehensive new book – and over a third say it is “inappropriate” to publish.

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Harry and Meghan resigned as senior royals early last year

Harry and Meghan resigned as senior royals early last year

The Duke has been secretly working on his memoir for almost a year, it turns out.

Harry 36, confirmed the upcoming release of his autobiography on Monday with a source telling the Daily Mirror that the book has terrified the family.

He will discuss Megxit and open up about the royal family after working with a top American ghostwriter. The book is due to appear at the end of next year.

But a YouGov poll found that almost one in ten say they shouldn’t have signed the release contract – and most won’t read it.

In a statement confirming the book, the Harry said, “I am not writing this as the prince I was born but the man I became.

“I’ve worn a lot of hats over the years, literally and figuratively, and I hope I’ll tell my story – the ups and downs, the mistakes, the lessons learned.

“I can help show that, no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think.

“I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to share what I have learned in my life so far and I am delighted that people are reading a firsthand account of my life that is accurate and completely truthful.”

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