The consistent hate has understandably led to Los Angeles native Meghan feeling homesick, with new reports suggesting the beaten-down Duchess has finally dug her heels in with husband Prince Harry and demanded they move to America as soon as possible.
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Russell Myers, Royal Editor of the Daily Mirror, told ITV's Lorraine that the royal couple - who welcomed baby Archie in May - might face severe backlash over the move.
“There are some rumours that some of her business associates have been looking for a place in California, in the sort of millionaire playground of Malibu, wouldn’t that be nice?
“One can only hope they pay for it themselves out of their own pocket this time, rather than their taxpayer-funded home. But, potentially.”
Mr Myers continued: “They have set up this new foundation, the Sussex Royal foundation, big charitable arm, will have an arm in America as well - so I wouldn’t be surprised at all."
The Sussexes with baby Archie.
Mr Myers added: “Obviously it comes with its own complications too, who will pay for it. Who will be the security aspect of it too? So watch this space.”
Edmund Fry - a local LA cafe owner who also taught the now Duchess of Sussex etiquette lessons when she first moved to LA - told The Daily Express all about Meghan and Harry's plans to move.
"Meghan and Harry are looking for a place out here. I have heard that they are interested in Malibu."
Meghan and Harry during their first overseas tour together, in Australia.
Mr Fry contined: "Knowing Meghan and talking to her, she misses home. Meghan is a Los Angeles girl, born and raised here with many links to Hollywood and friends here."
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