New life without Meghan
Prince Harry THE DUKE IS RELISHING HIS FREEDOM WHILE HIS WIFE STAYS AT HOME
It’s been Prince Harry and Meghan Markle against the world since they tied the knot at their lavish Windsor wedding in 2018. While the pair have been joined at the hip ever since, the Duke of Sussex has finally had his first taste of freedom since they moved to LA – and it turns out he loves it!
Harry, 36, popped out to make his first public appearance since he and Meghan welcomed their daughter Lilibet “Lili” Diana at a charity polo match at Aspen, Colorado, on August 19. Surprisingly, the dad-of-two left Meghan, 40, at home with their 3-month-old daughter and son Archie, 2.
“Harry had such a blast in Colorado, it felt liberating and so enjoyable to be out socialising again,” a source told British
Harry has previously admitted he felt like he’d lived his whole life inside a “fish bowl”. But the source explained he found it much easier heading out by himself rather than have the former Suits star tag along, as he’s in the “spotlight” much less when he goes solo.
“There is less awkwardness around him and he has a far more jovial, easygoing nature as opposed to giving out this vibe that the world is on his shoulders,” the source said.
As the prince finally begins to take advantage of his new-found freedom in the US, the polo match may just be the start of things to come. “He’s making his own plans both socially and professionally and telling Meghan it’s his prerogative to enjoy some space and his new surroundings,” the source revealed.
While many would expect this to cause an issue at home, particularly given Harry’s “party boy” reputation before he and Meghan settled down, the insider confirmed that she doesn’t mind one bit. She’s “happy to kick back at home” with their kids.
With two kids under the age of 3, a new animated Netflix show called Pearl in production and her love of writing poetry, we are sure the Californian native has plenty to keep her occupied while Harry gets better acquainted with his adopted country!