Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are 'very satisfied' despite Duke's homesickness

“Harry is living an amazing life and a life he always wanted to live,” the royal author said Katie Nicholl told Kinsey Schofield on her podcast “Kinsey Scholfield Unfiltered”. “And I thought that was really great to hear – really happy to hear that – but I'm sure there must be moments like this where he would have just gotten on a plane, with or without Meghan, and come over for a big wedding. like this if he and his brother could actually talk to each other.

This insight comes after the Duke of Sussex turned down an invitation for his lifelong friend Hugh Grosvenor's lavish wedding on Friday June 7.

“It's a situation one expert says Harry will feel overlooked by his friend,” the royal writer said Tom Quinn presented. “Harry will view Hugh Grosvenor's wedding with mixed feelings.”

Prince William seems to be the source of all the fiery-haired princes' frustrations, as Quinn continued: “The Grosvenor wedding brought even more heartbreak for Harry – he had hoped to be asked to be best man but now feels he has once again is overlooked in favor of Harry by his brother, he is made to feel like he is second choice, always second choice.'

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