Royal lookalikes mistaken for Harry and Meghan outside Buckingham Palace
Prince Harry has reportedly been spending more time at home while Meghan Markle has been partying with her friends in Los Angeles, however this does not mean their marriage is in trouble, according to a royal expert. Editor of Majesty magazine Ingrid Seward gave her insight into life in the Sussex home in Montecito, California, where Harry and Meghan are raising their two young children Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.
Ms Seward said the couple have found "a little bit of independence from each other" but tht it was no bad thing given how close they were at the start of their relationship.
She told GB News: "There's been a lot of gossip and a lot of talk that Meghan's been out and about in LA without Harry.
"But I think that, you know, they have probably just reached the stage in their marriage where they can now do their own thing.
"They were absolutely together like glue, weren't they before, but I don't think that the marriage is floundering.
Meghan has been enjoying some nights on the town while Harry stays home (Image: Getty)
Harry and Meghan got engaged in 2017 (Image: Getty)
"I just think they're finding, you know, a little bit of independence from each other, which we've never seen before."
This comes amid reports that the Duke and Duchess could be in for a huge payday if they sell the rights to Harry's explosive memoir Spare, which hit the shelves in January.
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Spare was released in January this year (Image: Getty)
Meghan launched her podcast Archetypes last year (Image: Getty)
The couple could even advance their profits if they argue that the book, published by Penguin Random House, be produced or co-produced by their organisation Archewell.
A senior source told the Express: "Harry and Meghan are in a win-win position. He will command a top-dollar fee for the rights, while involving Archewell would mean a more lucrative ‘double dip’."
Meghan's own project, her podcast Archetypes, was launched in August last year, although there was a pause to the weekly uploads during the period of mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth in September.
Last month, Meghan was honoured with a Gracie Award for the 12-episode series as she was named 'Best Podcast Host' at the ceremony.
Harry and Meghan with her mother Doria Ragland at the Women of Vision Awards (Image: Getty)
Despite not attending the awards ceremony in person, Meghan released a statement expressing her gratitude for the recognition.
She said: "Thank you to the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation for this prestigious honor.
"This is a shared success for me and the team behind Archetypes – most of whom are women – and the inspiring guests who joined me each week."
Just a week earlier Harry, Meghan and her mother Doria Ragland were in New York for Meghan to pick up her Ms Foundation Women of Vision Award.