Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s new life is unfolding in California, far from the UK-based royal family.
The latest sign of this comes in the form of an update to the home page of Archwell’s website, which now features a beloved photo of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex taken by friend and photographer Misan Harriman.
Next to this photo are the words “Harry and Meghan,” signed, “Each of us can change our community. All of us can change the world.”
For royal expert Angela Levin, this is not a harmless decision.
“What’s very interesting is that you can always read the underlying content of what they really want to say. The first important thing is, ‘Each of us can change the community.’ is. Sun.
“I think it says very well what they can do without the royal family, that they don’t need them, that they’ll be fine wherever they are, that they’re building a different community.
“And when you say, ‘We can all change the world,’ they go back to wanting to be global, telling the royal family, ‘We can do it without you,’ but we really can’t.
“Hopefully they would have done it earlier and dropped the title and been completely independent, but they’re hanging on.”
The Urshwell website was blacked out during the mourning for Queen Elizabeth II, showing only a message from Harry about his grandmother’s sad death. Well, no more mention of the late Queen.
“There aren’t a few lines of kindness or goodness to be said about the loss of the Queen,” Levin said.
The context of Levin, author of . Camilla: From Outcast to Queen (opens in new tab)consistently highly critical of Sussex.
Still, many signs point to Levin being right about this.After all, Sussex has spent the past few years in the royal family’s shoes by physically moving to California, and when it comes to their work and media appearances. I have kept my distance from
With that in mind, Meghan Markle said in her interview The Cut She hopes Harry doesn’t lose his father throughout this drama, just as he lost his father, Thomas, in preparation for their 2018 wedding.
“Harry said to me, I [Meghan] lost my father [Thomas] “In this process, he doesn’t have to be the same as me, but that’s his decision.