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In a new article, British columnist Sarah Vine blasted Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for having personal problems amid their move to the US. It comes after royal insider and journalist Tom Bradby claimed the Royal Family all “wrestle with their position in life”.

Speaking to Love Your Weekend host Alan Titchmarsh over the weekend, ITV’s Bradby discussed how he thought Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are dealing with their new life in the United States.

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The journalist has had close access to the Sussexes before, having interviewed them for his 2019 documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey.

Mr Bradby is also said to have known Prince Harry for years and was a guest at the couple’s wedding.

Asked by Mr Titchmarsh whether Harry and Meghan are happy in the US, Mr Bradby replied: “Are they unhappy out there? No, I don’t think that’s right. I think they are pretty happy actually, but I think they wrestle with their position in life, I think they all do.

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“I think William does too, I don’t think he finds it easy.”

Now, Sarah Vine has hit out at Mr Bradby’s reporting “at a time when people are losing their lives and their livelihoods”.

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In December, Ms Vine praised Prince William and Kate Middleton for their private train journey across the UK amid “the biting cold and the quaint conditions aboard the royal train”.

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Harry and Meghan were recently reported to have stepped back from social media while they focus on their roles in the US.

day Times claimed the couple were unlikely to make a return to social media sites such as Instragram in a personal capacity.

They are due to produce content for streaming services Netflix and Spotify as well as continuing work on their charitable organisation.


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