Although Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been living a successful marital life since 2018. But experts have some concerning remarks about them. Adding to early reports of their apparently tasteless marriage which could possibly lead to a separation between the two, a new shattering remark has made headlines recently. This is not by any Royal Expert or Commentator but is allegedly by Harry himself.
As per The News reports the other day, the Duke is going through a tough time managing his marriage with Meghan Markle. The headlines read that Prince Harry is fearful that his wife Meghan Markle would leave him. However, it was still unclear how much of it is true. Nevertheless, some reports and speculations have narrowed down our answers. Read further to know more about it.
What is the Sussexes separation fiasco revolving around Prince Harry and Meghan Markle all about?
Weeks earlier reports had claimed that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are unhappy in their relationship. The Sad Prince after separation from his family had turned isolated and demoralized. In times as such, he had become heavily codependent on his wife Meghan Markle, or so as the headlines read.
Experts criticized him for becoming “emotionally needy”. Now it is being heard that Harry is struck with a fear of abandonment by his wife. He is reportedly being very cautious about his wife’s likes and dislikes and is taking care to not annoy her.
“A split would be unbearable agony” an insider cited while journalists took notes on this crucial matter. The entire fiasco has brought back Georgia Walker’s hurtful comment on the pair. The celebrity psychic had once chipped in her views on the Sussex’s marriage saying, “I always said when Meghan and Harry married, I gave them 10 years“.
However, contradicting every other hurtful remark about their private life, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are happily settled in the USA raising their two beautiful kids. In fact, rumors also had it that the two are planning on for their child, after their current youngest Lilibet, 1.