- The remains were found during landscaping construction on a road and are believed to be about 10,000 years old
- The bones appeared to be of a young child of Native American origin dating back centuries ago
- Early investigation indicated the bones could be from the Chumash people who occupied the land 11,000 years back
- This has been added to the list of presumed misfortunes that have befallen the royal family ever since they relocated to the US
Human remains were uncovered near Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's California mansion on Monday, May 24.
According to Daily Mail, the remains are ancient, dating back to 10,000 years and were found during landscaping on a road just next to the couple's home.
According to the Sheriff's who unearthed the remains, the bones appeared to be of a young child and believed to have been of Native American origin dating back centuries ago.
The sheriff's office reportedly employed a forensic anthropologist's help to investigate the remains found three feet deep in the ground.
Early investigation indicated the bones could be from the Chumash people, who occupied the area 11,000 years back.
Prince Harry recently opened up about why he made the decision to move from England to the US. According to Harry, it was the best choice he could make in his quest to break the cycle of family pain.
The Prince also said that he realised that his dad treated him the way he was treated by his father and so a toxic cycle was born; and although he does not blame his dad for anything - he is determined to raise his son Archie and unborn daughter differently.
"When it comes to parenting, if I've experienced some form of pain or suffering because of the pain or suffering that perhaps my father or my parents had suffered, I'm going to make sure that I break that cycle," said Harry in a podcast interview with 'Armchair Expert' Dax Shaphard.
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