Prince Harry ‘does not have any regrets, things are just getting started for them’

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If you’re wondering why there are all of these unsettling articles and stories about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex last week and this week, it’s partly because this is the one-year anniversary of Harry and Meghan’s formal Sussexit. They dropped the exit announcement in January 2020, then they came back to the UK for some events and what became their You Coulda Had a Bad Bitch farewell tour. March 31, 2020 marked the “last day” that they were full-time royals. The one-year anniversary hasn’t been handled with any kind of grace or self-reflection on the part of the British royal commentary class – they’ve just been angry and nasty, per usual. But how is Harry doing with the one-year anniversary?

On their own! Prince Harry and Meghan Markle aren’t looking back after their departure from the British royal family was made permanent in February, a source exclusively reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly.

“Harry does not have any regrets,” the insider adds, noting that the 36-year-old former military pilot “feels liberated and excited about starting this new chapter” with the 39-year-old Suits alum.

According to the source, Harry believes that relocating to the U.S. “is the best decision he’s ever made.” After stepping down from their senior royal roles in March 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex briefly settled in Los Angeles with son Archie, now 22 months, before moving to the quieter Montecito neighborhood of Santa Barbara, California.

As the fallout from the eye-opening interview continues, Harry and Meghan are ready to begin their new chapter — no matter how difficult.

“Harry finds the situation with his family regrettable,” the first source tells Us. “But he says [they have] no regrets about moving … and that things are just getting started for them.”

[From Us Weekly]

Everything we’ve seen from Harry so far is “happiness to be in California” and “deprogramming himself from the royal cult in which he was raised.” All things considered, it is surprising that he managed to walk away from that deranged, toxic system. Not just walk away, but thrive away from it. And that’s what bugs Bitter Isle the most, the fact that despite the careful narrative they wanted to build about a destitute and depressed Harry crawling back to the UK, he’s actually a lot happier now. They no longer get a say in how he lives his life. They no longer get to dictate his narrative. He got out with his child and his wife and his health.

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98 Responses to “Prince Harry ‘does not have any regrets, things are just getting started for them’”

  1. Lauren says:

    The are thriving, happy, in love and their beautiful little family is growing. The royal roaches can continue to be bitter and pressed.

    • PEARL GREY says:

      Thriving is the word. Why would he have any regrets? He’s with woman who he appears to love, is having the children he always wanted with her and is finally able to take real control over his professional career. He has a beautiful home, financial security and agency over his own life, liberated from being reduced to serving as a human shield for the first time since he was born. His destiny is in his hands more than ever before and he has a great partner by his side to share it all. Sounds good to me. He probably only regrets not meeting her sooner. The bitters on the island he left can only seethe.

      • Harla says:

        “He appears to love “??? Harry is crazy about Meghan and she’s crazy about him! “He appears to love” really?

      • lucky says:

        I mean, I think @Perl is just getting at the fact that we can’t really KNOW anything about other people lives, but all signs point to their happiness. I don’t that that is intended as a dig…

      • JaneDoe says:

        I knew what you meant,@Pearl Grey. And (almost) anyone who reads your entire comment would clearly see that you were being nothing but complimentary.

        Why do some people LOOK for insults where there are none??

      • BayTampaBay says:

        @Pearl Grey – 100% got your message and 100% agree with your opinion.

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      Harry is super happy. He is away from the toxicity, bad weather and bad food. He is with a woman he loves, a son he adores and he is booked and busy. I can’t wait to see the many blessings life has in store for him.

      • Sandra says:

        Bad food?

      • Jaded says:

        I’ve been to England many times to visit English friends and eaten in many restaurants, the food is not bad. Even pub grub is delicious. Maybe I just got lucky? But it sure is expensive.

      • Kkat says:

        The food isn’t bad
        I’m making shepard’s pie and cornish pasties for dinner/lunch today

      • BayTampaBay says:

        When I visited England, I did not find the food “bad” just very different from the USA.

      • paranormalgirl says:

        I don’t think the food is bad at all. What I wouldn’t give for a chip butty right now.

      • MaryContrary says:

        The times I’ve been in England I loved the food-and I’m a total foodie.

      • Elizabeth Regina says:

        The food is bad and I say this as a Brit. I’ve had much better food in Europe ( Italy, Spain, France ), Morocco, Bahamas, Thailand and even the US. We do have diverse numbers of restaurants especially in London but generally you can find better food elsewhere.

      • Greywacke says:

        Having spent two summers in Oxford, I now swear that one driver of English colonialism must have been trying to find a decent meal. Besides some wonderful cornish pasties, the only good food I had was at ethnic restaurants. English pub fair was vile. And while my college boasted to have the best chef of all Oxford (trained in France!), none of us students felt lucky. The worst were the vegetables disguised as meat for the poor vegetarians. The second summer there I had become gluten free for health reasons, and I was served an avocado for dinner and apple or orange for desert regularly. My go to meal after college dinner was hummus and chips at the kabob carts. They were the best!

      • Lauren says:

        I agree with the bad food. There are a few things here and there that are really good, but the rest goodness me. Maybe it’s just me that lives in Italy and am latina and so used to eating seasoned and varied, but I find British food very bland. An English friend of mine has also always told me that that’s why there are so many ethnic restaurants around the UK because British food is bland.

      • MerryGirl says:

        I visited England once and I concur, English food is bad – no seasoning, beans for breakfast? Hell naw, I’ll pass. The Ethnic restaurants were good though.

      • Dee Kay says:

        When I studied in England (sadly, not in London), all I could stand to eat was Indian food, really. I am from Southeast Asia and grew up in LA which meant I was used to food with tons of flavor, spices and seasoning and herb and marinades and sauces/salsas galore. When I ate English food, I just tasted…nothing. I recognize the value of high-quality fish and chips but even well-done versions are pretty bland compared to Asian or Central/South American cuisine. At least I got to became a knowledgeable fan of South and North Indian cooking styles.

        And more recently (well, pre-Brexit), whenever I would visit London or Manchester, there were hopping restaurant scenes there that did wonderful things with farm-to-table concepts. Though Indian cuisine still might rule in my book, even in those more cosmopolitan, diverse urban centers.

    • swirlmamad says:

      OMG…..”royal roaches” is perfect 😂🤣

  2. Becks1 says:

    What HAVE they done LOLOLOLOL

    they got out, they’re happy, they’re thriving, and they’re going to make a huge mark on the world. No wonder the royal family is so salty, lol.

    • Lorelei says:

      @Becks I cackled at that too

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      The answer is simple. They got out and spoke their truth. The headline is a classic Fail melt down designed as a dog whistle.

    • lucy2 says:

      Right? What Have They Done?! They left, and when people wouldn’t leave them alone about it, they gave details as to why they left.

      They live in a gorgeous area, in a gorgeous home, have had great success with their business deals, and get to focus on charity work that’s meaningful to them, and raise their family far away from all the toxic awfulness. Of course he’s happy!

  3. Cecilia says:

    Judging by the absolute tears from brexit island and how they somehow feel betrayed by harry (even though he’s the one that was wronged) it’s clear that the british media perceived harry to be the true heir to the throne.

    • Snuffles says:

      He was clearly the lynchpin of the whole operation and everyone within The Firm and the surrounding ecosystem was banking on him staying. Their plan was to use and abuse him for decades to come. Or at least until the next generation was of age and old enough to cause scandals.

    • Myra says:

      Their favourite prince left them for a biracial black woman and they cannot handle that rejection.

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      The fact that he prefers to be Meghan’s husband rather than their scape goat scallywag Prince is hurting them so much. They want the Harry who fell out of pubs, got naked and wore neo nazi uniforms. He has now grown up and turned his life around.

      • Cecilia says:

        The gag is harry hasn’t been that party prince since 2014 or so. He got serious before he met meghan and i think he genuinely wanted to get married and start a family

    • Liz version 700 says:

      That is so true, everything was riding on him. Which begs the question as to why they treated he and his family so badly if they needed him to stay and be their tick. Oh right, they are evil and racist…. carry on

      • GINEVRA says:

        It is William behind it all. He hated what he regarded as the competition which H&M won all of the time. He expected Harry and Meghan to walk behind and curtsey to him and his family (if he becomes King). Has anyone noticed that the fallout came after H&M’s successful tour in 2018 of NZ, Australia, etc; Who can forget the scene when H&M stood on the balcony at night in Australia and the crowd went wild. Cain and Waity Do-Little Katie never got such thunderous applause.

    • BayTampaBay says:

      “Judging by the absolute tears from Brexit island and how they somehow feel betrayed by Harry”.

      If I was a citizen of the UK, I would feel betrayed by David Cameron and BloJo Johnson.

      • Pip says:

        Yup, I have a special fiery place in hell for David Cameron, Also everyone behind the mendacious Leave campaign but an extra special place for Cameron for setting this whole dumpster fire in motion.

        We will NEVER forget or forgive that.

      • BayTampaBay says:

        and Cameron was actually a ‘Remainer” or “Remoaner” as the Daily Fail calls him.

        I guess Cameron really did fear Nigel Farage and the UKIP party. IMPO, Theresa May was also badly betrayed.

  4. Case says:

    Of course he doesn’t have regrets! He’s living freely with his beautiful family in a beautiful place where he’s able to pursue his passions and do what he wants without okaying it with a dozen people first.

    It astounds me how many people look at this situation and claim Meg manipulated him into doing this, divided him from his family, etc. when this is something Harry clearly wanted before he even met her. Having her as a partner just allowed him to take the first step and know he wouldn’t be alone.

    • Becks1 says:

      I wish someone would manipulate me into a Montecito mansion with all those stupid bathrooms, the land, the pool, the meditation house or whatever it was, the playground, and multimillion dollar deals with major companies lol.

      • Elizabeth Regina says:

        Me too. I want Meghan to take me hostage. I won’t even take anything with me. hell, I’ll even live in Archie’s Chick-Inn.

      • BearcatLawyer says:

        I need a job. How hard can looking after chickens in paradise be?

      • Jaded says:

        Amazing how life has come together for those two isn’t it. From one extreme of toxicity and spite to success after success.

      • Gabby says:

        Exactly. I’ll have what they’re having. Actually, I am a great dog-sitter for when they travel and can learn to take care of chickens (protect them from the dogs, hahaha)

      • cassandra says:

        And a chicken coop! Don’t forget that!

  5. Chill says:

    Go Harry!! Live your life.

  6. My Two Cents says:

    it’s exactly why they’re still angry, because Harry has no regrets! They expected him desolate, unhappy, homesick and begging to come back. Instead he’s successful and happy which is really extra salt in their wounds :-)

    • Elizabeth Regina says:

      Don’t you just love it? LOL

    • lucy2 says:

      There were so many articles and speculations about him leaving Meghan and coming back into the BRF and finding a “proper” wife. LOL! He’s done, he’s outta there, and no amount of whining or lies is going to make him come back.

  7. Alexandria says:

    So much love for this family!

  8. lanne says:

    This story is the ultimate 2021 fairy tale of a prince and princess. The royal family are the villains in this great love story.

  9. JT says:

    The press should’ve asked “what have we done?” As they are the ones who caused all of this along with the help from the RF. They could’ve been set up for decades on the backs of H&M, but they stupidly thought they could harass them for access. All of those RRs are bored ass hell covering Will Jung Un and Keen Guevara; one of them practically admitted it out loud. The only time they have any excitement or passion covering a royal is with H&M, even if it’s just to trash them. Stay pressed.

    • Cecilia says:

      Who admitted that out loud???

      • JT says:

        I should’ve taken a screenshot, as I saw it on one of the Sussex squad twitters and I can’t tell any of those RRs apart. They didn’t outright say W&K were boring but it was implied. I guess all those zoom calls are getting tedious. Plus, I think covering the wannabe dictators might not be good for their jobs anymore, I think they are getting paid by the engagement on their articles now. The Maga 7 barely get any attention, likes, or comments on stories about them.

      • Becks1 says:

        I dont know about Will and Kate, but someone (I forget who it was, but I think she was talking with Richard Eden maybe?) on a zoom early in the pandemic said that they all missed Meghan, and when people called her out on it and were like, but SOPHIE! that was when she said that Sophie was a good egg but she was a ford fiesta compared to Meghan (who was a Lamborghini). I imagine that’s how most of them feel. Too bad, so sad, should have thought about that before you spent years attacking her.

      • Woowza says:

        It was Richard Eden. A journalist said to him “you appear to miss them” and he responded “yes i do actually” (i’m paraphrasing). But yeah…

    • Ginger says:

      The RR’s are so pissed the best royals escaped. Sarah Vine was losing it seeing those pictures of Harry on the beach. To them, Harry is supposed to be miserable away from them but it is clear he is happy and loving his freedom in CA. Happiness is the best revenge.

      • Lorelei says:

        The members of the press have some nerve, being angry now that the Sussexes peaced out. They themselves caused this entire thing and they know it. The audacity! Especially from someone as insufferable as Sarah Vine.

      • Cecilia says:

        @Becks1 i know who you mean and her name is Tessa (can’t remember her last name). But in the fall out of the oprah interview she’s revealed herself to be a real snake.

      • Dee Kay says:

        I predict that within five years, something Archewell produces for Netflix will be nominated for a major award, like an Emmy or Golden Globe or Oscar, and then we will get Harry and Meghan on the awards circuit walking lots of red carpets as nominated producers. And THAT really will send the British media into a tailspin. Harry and Meghan will be Hollywood royalty and they will move easily in those circles and be embraced and applauded everywhere they go. They will be A listers on the definitive List.

  10. Pétulia says:

    What’s there to regret anyway ? They are healthy, happy in a beautiful home. They have their foundation with the liberty to do as they please and have financial security with their different deals.

  11. Snuffles says:

    I was watching The Truman Show last night and was thinking how Harry’s life was kind of similar. Every moment of his life heavily monitored and micromanaged.

    I can’t even fathom how FREE he must feel right now. I hope 1 year on and finally being settled in his new life the deprogramming is complete.

    I wish Harry and Meghan a long and happy marriage. But even if their marriage fell apart, I still think there is no way in hell Harry would return to The Firm after tasting freedom.

    • Cecilia says:

      I was thinking the same thing. Even if meghan and harry end up divorcing, there’s no way he’s going back. This man has tasted freedom and he’s not going back.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Such a good parallel, Snuffles. Good afternoon, good evening, and good night. Take a bow, exit.

    • Keroppi says:

      I was going to comment onthis as well. He probably feels so free! Finally free and able to do what he wishes and live up to his potential!

    • Ann says:

      That’s a great comparison.

  12. Ginger says:

    Harry is the only royal that can survive outside of the firm. Not only is he surviving, he is thriving. He said himself he has no regrets and looks happy and healthy. He looks like he just belongs in the US. I’m thrilled he lives here now.

    • Commonwealthy says:

      The root of it all is his humility – with fellow soldiers, which children, with people with more expertise than him. Videos from his early 20s to date show this consistently. Once he understands a situation, he leverages his privilege to help improve it. He works hard, but I think that genuine appreciation of others is three-quarters of his magic, the rest is that he’s a good-humored, tall, rich, handsome, fit prince.

      I don’t understand why other royals – okay, Will and Kate – don’t just try to be better people, better humans. Be humble, ask questions, listen carefully, respond sincerely, genuinely show up. W&K only moved to London to work when H&M started taking shape as a formidable force, and still their work ethic leaves a lot to be desired. And their job is so easy! Attend the pre-BAFTA dinner at KP, William, it’s fun and you friggin live there! Kate, attend more sports days with kids, visit and help fundraise for libraries and winter coats, support rec centers and summer camps for kids. Just commit for heaven’s sake. I mean, it’s too late now, they’re imploding, but it didn’t have to be this way. Or maybe it could only be this way… because at the heart of it, they have no humility.

      • Dee Kay says:

        What you call humility (I think that’s a good for it), I call compassion, and Harry’s mother had it in spades. I’m glad Harry has it, too. I’m sorry her other son did not inherit that gene. But glad to see one of them did.

  13. NTheMiddle says:

    Deprogramming yourself from that sort of thing is challenging. He’s certainly happier realizing he’s free from it all, but I hope he’s receiving therapy. It’s exceptionally difficult moving on from the life you grow up believing in, are supported by and taught to rely on.

    • lanne says:

      He’s escaped a cult.

      • Chelsea says:

        There was a sort of joking article a few weeks ago from a California paper that was titled something like “California native helps man escape cult” but honestly a lot of points were made. With the way they’ve tried to punish him at every turn and openly threatened him this exit has really felt like someone leaving a cult. And i really wish more people would point out how abusive it was of Charles to strip Harry of security and funding after his location was leaked but then have his goons tell the press he’s supporting him financially so that he would be attacked when it got out that he got a job.

        They literally left harry with no financial support, tried to tarnish his name so that no one would hire him, and then attacked him when he got work in the hopes that he wouldn’t be able to afford his life and would be forced to come back to them on bended knees. Textbook abusive behavior.

      • Lorelei says:

        @Chelsea do you happen to remember where you saw that article? I’m laughing even at your description of the title and want to read it!

      • bloemheks says:

        @Lorelei Local actress successfully deprograms member of hereditary cult.

        https://www.thebeaverton.com/2020/01/local-actress-successfully-deprograms-member-of-hereditary-cult/

      • Great article BLOEMHEKS —- Thanks for sharing. I needed the laugh.

  14. Edna says:

    Did the Fail ever run the front page headlines required by the judge after losing the privacy lawsuit?

    • Snuffles says:

      They’re still going through the appeal process.

    • anotherlily says:

      It’s been delayed until after the April 10th ‘Leave to Appeal’ hearing. This is when the Mail applies for permission to appeal against Justice Warby’s ruling. They will have to make a case against Justice Warby and show that he was in error in some way with his application of the law.

  15. Chelsea says:

    Sometimes i think about this tweet from a Brit last year when Harry was travelling to Scotland and he looked upset(probably at being around the UK photogs again0 and the Brit tweeted something like ‘that feeling when you are regretting your choices” but then when Meghan got in a few days later he was lit up like a Christmas tree and i just laugh. That image of him with the dufflebag over his shoulder as he came back to Canada to be with Meghan and Archie with a huge smile literally skipping as he got off the plane last January should have been the clue to them that he was happy with his choice but they have just been in denial about it and somehow still are even a year later.

    It’s really interesting to go back through the archives pre 2017 and see how much time Harry spent outside of the UK. At one point when he was in Botswanna he made a joke at an event that his father was worried he liked spending so much time there and would never come back. it’s been very obvious for a very long time that Harry always felt freer outside of the UK and now he just lucked into getting an independent American wife so that he could finally leave for good and start a life outside of the Firm in beautiful SoCal which he already got a glimpse of, a few years ago when he did military training in the States, and obviously liked. And bonus points: his new home’s press doesn’t spend every day calling him stupid and less than his brother and he doesn’t have to fight an entire institution just to get funding for his projects or work less to make his brother look less lazy.

    • Lorelei says:

      They want *so* desperately for him to be miserable— they’d love nothing more for it to be obvious that he’d regretted his decision. And it’s driving them *bonkers* that he so clearly feels the exact opposite.

      It would be more fun to watch them squirm if it wasn’t for the fact that they’re still so nasty about the Sussexes every single day.

  16. Sofia says:

    This is all obvious. He most likely has regrets with the way it’s all turned out i.e hoped that leaving would be more supported by the BRF and maybe bouts of homesickness but regret in terms of moving, marrying Meghan and breaking away in general? Not so much.

    • Snuffles says:

      Considering how much time he spent outside of the UK, I don’t think he misses it that much. It seems like the only thing he misses is rugby.

    • Ginger says:

      Agreed. He said they left due to lack of support. If the RF would have supported them in their decision and took some accountability for their actions towards Meghan it would have been easier.

  17. Amy Bee says:

    I’ve come to realise that the Royal Family is toxic and abusive environment for anyone to exist in. Forget US Weekly and its “source”, Harry said it on the Oprah interview that he has no regrets and I believe him. For the first time in his life, he has the freedom to live the life he always dreamed of and he got his family out of a very dangerous and harmful situation.

  18. Over it says:

    Boy Becky English is a bitter hag. Keep being mad salty isle, Harry and Megs are having lots of cali sex with the windows open. Laughing all the way.

  19. Rapunzel says:

    As a lifelong CA resident, and even living in one of the least attractive areas of the state, I can verify that nobody regrets living in CA unless they’re a dumbass Trumpster.

  20. Gk says:

    Overall IMO he is much happier then he would have been staying in England with the royal family but I think he and all of us know every life has ups and downs but my guess is he will be glad he struck out on his own, to be master of his own destiny.

  21. Tila says:

    One of my fave stories about him is from my sisters friend. Him and his friends hired out a mansion back in his single days. My sisters friend was so nervous she ended up drinking loads and had to get escorted out of the party but he was super chilled about the whole thing and was worried about her getting home safe. She was fine in the end but definitely regretful about getting too pissed and missing out on partying with Prince Harry.

  22. Carmen-JamRock says:

    Someone upthread asked why, if the BRF and the men-in-grey (who, according to Diana, really run things;) their puppetmasters in the BM; and their sycophants in the uk wanted so badly for H to stay and be their whipping boy to cover up for the gutless, worthless FFK, why did they treat he and his wife so badly?

    And ive come to the conclusion that, while they saved face with the spectacular wedding they sanctioned (pretending to the world that they welcomed M) the fact that they immediately thereafter began to thwart H&M in their work and tried to pressure and isolate M to the point of suicide, is that they wanted her to go away, without it ever occurring to them that H would go with her.

    They wanted her to become so frustrated that she would leave H. With her bkgrnd in the entertainment biz, they probably thought she was vain and would crack easily under pressure. Hence the shenanigans with Archie’s birth certificate and the attempt to get rid of M’s name on it (because they had plans to fix that afterwards. This explains why A’s parents have kept him away from the UK since they left in November 2019.)

    And thats why they didnt offer her help when she went to them. When she actually swallowed her pride and reached out and asked them for help for her mental anguish, they were probably so gleeful, feeling that they were on the verge of succeeding in getting rid of her. Thats why, even tho the RotaRats apparently all knew that M was suffering, they all kept quiet abt it while doubling down on their villainization of her, playing their part in the plan to get rid of her.

    Only to see it all blow up in their faces. Is it any wonder that theyre still in the disbelief stage of trying to wrap their head around how H&M flipped the script on them all?

    • lanne says:

      clearly, they can’t wrap their minds around how badly they miscalculated. I agree with everything you posted. In addition, I believe they never took Meghan seriously at all. They never even saw her as Rachel Zane on Suits–they only saw her as Briefcase Girl#5. They thought they were dealing with a Briefcase Girl, in their minds, one step up from a stripper–I think Will and Kate called her a “showgirl,” which is an absolute joke, considering how her IQ is more than both of theirs put together.

      The ratchets and the hapless courtiers and even the royals are stomping around in a snit, wondering “Why couldn’t Meghan be the stupid showgirl we thought she was? Wahhh!”

  23. dawnchild says:

    The lesson embedded in their success so far is the simple fact that (to most people at least) Harry and Meghan gave up a lot, whether real or perceived…power, influence, money, connections, jewels, establishment organizations, etc. Whatever we at this site think about the reality of those perks, it was an actual sacrifice, esp for Harry because he’d always operated from within that structure. They sacrificed and walked away with nothing in hand yet, and then whatever support they expected (security) was also taken away. I’m sure that there were some scary moments for them…I particularly noted Harry’s comment…all he wanted was to make sure of was funding security for his family.
    That took real courage.
    To let go is the only way to become free.
    There’s something in there for all of us to consider.

  24. Midge says:

    He is living Diana’s dream.

    • Dee Kay says:

      Yes. This. Diana longed to escape, I think to NYC. I’m so glad one of her sons is getting to live her dream life.

  25. Linda says:

    I don’t doubt that H and M are happy but I don’t believe anything published by USWeekly. They make it up as they go along taking their inspiration from the latest headlines in red top publications.

    • bloemheks says:

      My ex-husband and I left a high-demand\cultish religion in our thirties. You experience a whole spectrum of emotions. Anger at what you unnecessarily suffered. Regret you didn’t leave sooner. The sorrow of losing community, friends, and family connections, or at least they become very superficial. You’re hurt the people you thought loved you choose the system over you even though intellectually you knew they would. But throughout there is an intense sense of relief and elation of suddenly feeling so free. Some days are really hard and bitter, but you still wouldn’t consider going back. You get to experience things you never had before like a cup of coffee for me or riding in an open-top bus for Harry. Slowly, you build a new life and grieve a little less for what you lost, which relatively speaking wasn’t that much. You thought it was while you were in it, but once you’re out the superficiality of it all is further exposed.

      Harry is likely experiencing a lot of different emotions. None of them makes him want to go back.

      • What...now? says:

        I think you are right about how Harry is feeling, based on your own experiences, it sounds logical. :-)

      • Saucy&Sassy says:

        bloemheks, I can’t imagine someone being in a “cultish” religion and still be able to say “I don’t want this life for me”. That in itself is really amazing–and it tells me that you’re an extraordinary person. I can understand that no matter how hard or difficult some days may be that you still wouldn’t even think of going back. You must be so proud of yourself! I’m happy for you and I hope your life is what you hoped it would be.

        I think you’re very right about Harry. He doesn’t regret his decision, so I believe that he would never consider going back to the life that he left. How happy he must be.

  26. TheOriginalMia says:

    Harry is happy. He’s not a hostage. He’s not longing for the UK and life as a senior Royal. He has his family, his dogs and work that he enjoys. Sorry, Bitter Salty Isle, you could have had it all, but racism and jealousy ruled the day.

  27. Victoria says:

    Harry is out here living his best life. His follicles are growing in nicely in that bald patch, his wife is not a wet rag and is talented. He is getting that regular goodt goodt.

    Stay pressed heaux!

  28. Holland S says:

    Again, everyone got the ending they wanted: Harry is out and successful. Will is popular. The tabloids have a villain. This is the happy ending! This is as good as it gets for these royal people.

    • notasugarhere says:

      Neither William nor Kate are popular. What William wanted was Harry and Meghan under his control, required to be scapegoats. He’s incandescent at how things are turning out.

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