- Prince Harry is feeling homesick, according to authors Andy Tillett and Dylan Howard
- The duo wrote a book about Harry and Meghan's decision to part ways with the royal family
- In the book, they claim Prince Harry is overwhelmed with guilt and misses his family
Prince Harry is reportedly having tough time adjusting to his life in the United States after stepping down as a senior member of the royal family, The Sun reports.
The publication reported a new book Royals At War: The Inside Story of Harry and Meghan’s Shocking Split With the House of Windsor, made several claims about how the Duke of Sussex is coping with the major life change.
Authors of the book, Andy Tillett and Dylan Howard claimed the 35-year-old prince is suffering from cabin fever and is "secretly tortured" over the decision to leave the royal family.
According to Marie Claire, a source told the authors that Prince Charles' Covid-19 diagnosis made it even harder on Harry.
The insider claimed Harry realised his father and the Queen are not going to be around forever and added:
"Harry’s biggest fear is not being there if his grandmother were to die.”
"It is far from an ideal situation. Harry’s gone from feeling excited about the move to feeling secretly tortured."
According to YOU, Meghan is doing her best to keep Harry positive and trying to make him feel better by taking him hiking, talking about the local polo club and surfing.
“She’s assuring [Harry] that once things go back to normal, he’ll love their new life in LA,” the insider said.
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported Prince Harry and Meghan were dragged online for using the crown symbol in a letter they penned to a charity.
The charity then shared the letter on Twitter and thanked the Duke and Duchess of Sussex for their support during these difficult times.
While there were those who applauded the former senior royals for supporting the charity, others spotted Harry and Meghan used their joint H&M monogram with the crown logo.
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