RadarOnline reported Tuesday that the couple are “taking time apart” to heal and rebuild the bond between the two of them.
“They’re trying to figure out what hit them. Harry doesn’t fit in Meghan’s tacky Tinseltown world,” a source told the outlet, adding that he’s hoping to “find himself.” Yet, a new source told Page six that “any speculation of a breakup is false.”
“It’s not true. It’s literally made up,” the insider explains.
Many outlets have reported that Harry is planning to return to Africa for a solo venture for a new Netflix documentary.
RadarOnline’s source said that the royal man feels “most like himself” while on Africa and considers it a “second home.”
The source also went on to add about the royal couple are under enormous financial pressure to fund their California lifestyle, including their $14 million mansion and security costs. “That stress, coupled with their emotional issues, has likely made life a living hell,” the source continued.
“Taking time apart on different continents will hopefully help them find whatever they need to move on.”
Deuxmoi recently reported that the two “sold their mansion in Montecito” and Harry was “living in another place.”
The pop-culture site stated, “Not sure if the house was sold but I had heard a couple weeks ago he was staying someplace else there.”
RadarOnline’s source claimed that the duo’s Spotify failure was a “game-changer” in their relationship. Just recently, Harry and Markle’s $20 million deal with the streaming platform came to an abrupt end before their “Archetypes” podcast got a second season.
At the time, insiders stated that the two struggled to come up with great ideas for their audio program.
Henry was reported to have guests like Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, Vladimir Putin, and Pope Francis – but the lineup was met with mixed reviews from many executives.
Bill Simmons — one of Spotify’s most senior execs — called the prince and the former actress “f–ing grifters” in the wake of their canceled contract.