“She simply couldn't stand to see him suffer anymore”: Meghan Markle’s friends spoke about the reasons for ‘Megxit’ | World Fashion Channel

“She simply couldn't stand to see him suffer anymore”: Meghan Markle’s friends spoke about the reasons for ‘Megxit’

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22 Jan 2020

One of Markle’s close friend exclusively told DailyMail.com. about the real reason for the Duchess of Sussex to quit the Royal family.

According to a source, Meghan has admitted that the decision to start the new life is the best thing that could ever happen to Prince Harry and added 'it was her love for him that made this possible'. 'She said that like her, his spirit was being crushed and she simply couldn't stand to see him suffer anymore,' the friend added. 

The couple’s friends also shared their plans for the future: the couple have been staying at an opulent $14 million Vancouver Island mansion, which they have used since Thanksgiving, and the close friend revealed the two have no plans to move out anytime soon. The insider also revealed that 'Meghan told her friends that there is no rush to move out of the place they've been staying. That they're welcome to live there as like as they like. Meghan calls it her happy place and says that in the last couple of months, she's felt more at home than she ever did in the UK. Meghan says they will always be considered royalty regardless of where they live or what they do.'

Let us remind that Meghan and Harry have substantiated their decision by a desire to lead a more independent life, however several sources close to the Royal family, have repeatedly stated that is was a disorder in the Royal family that forced them.

Meanwhile, according to experts, despite the fact that Queen Elizabeth II has decided to approve his grandson’s choice, a number of questions about his future still remains open. For example, there is still no reliable information about the faith of Meghan and Harry’s registered trademark "Royal Sussex" after the couple would be deprived of the Royal title.

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