Has Meghan and Harry’s opinion of the British tabloids changed since leaving royal life?
According to She, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been very busy since leaving the royal family in early 2020. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have moved to Montecito, Calif., and have welcomed a new little bundle of joy, daughter Lilibet Diana to join big brother Archie (via NBC). In addition, they focused on their charitable work and the causes that are close to their hearts. They even attended the Global Citizen Live concert in New York City earlier this month to call for equality on immunization. “It was a knockout trip,” said royal expert Omid Scobie Harper’s Bazaar. “It’s an exciting time.… There are so many things they want to accomplish, and there are only two, but they’re here for the long haul.”
In addition, Scobie also opened up about Meghan and Harry’s relationship with the British tabloids more than a year after calling them over their bigotry. “The tabloids will do like the tabloids,” Scobie said, adding that things have changed a bit for the couple since moving to the United States. “The only difference now is that they don’t really pay attention to it. It doesn’t enter their world,” he said.
It looks like Meghan and Harry are no longer letting the press sway their lives as much as they once did, which likely leads to a happier existence for the royal couple.