Residents of Vancouver island in Canada, where he settled Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, excited by the opportunity to become their neighbors, but decided not to dwell on the personal life of the couple. About it reports Reuters.
The Royal couple together with the son of Archie and mother of Meghan Markle spent six weeks in the mansion of a Russian oligarch, located on the southern tip of Vancouver island (West coast Canada). There they met the New year and Christmas. According to British tabloid The Sun, the couple plans to remain in the estate of Mille Fleurs for at least another month. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle asked their neighbors to sign an agreement not to disclose details of their personal lives. The local population reacted to the request with understanding. The people agreed to remain silent and refused to cooperate with a couple of annoying journalists. “The last thing they need is a crowd of people who come and take pictures of them,” commented one of the locals.
It is the publicity became one of the main reasons for the failure of the pair from the Royal privileges. Meghan Markle was married to Prince Harry in may 2018. British society embraced the bride of the grandson of the ruling Queen is quite conservative and thought it too “modern” to become part of the Royal family.
8 January 2020 on the official website of the Sussex couple released a statement that they decided to start a new life, rejecting all the privileges of members of the Royal family. The pair said that in the future plans to become completely financially independent, would not be Buckingham Palace for official events, but will continue to fully support the Queen and to “do my duty to Queen and Commonwealth”. The decision the pair initially shocked family of the British monarchs. At the initiative of the Queen several times convened a family Council, which decided the fate of Harry and Megan.
On the eve of the Queen released a statement in which he supported the desire of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to start a new life. According to Elizabeth II, an agreement was reached on a transitional period during which the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be spending part of the time in Canada, and the UK.
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