A comedian once said, “Life is tough, and then you die.”
So Harry was born a Prince. At age 33, he married Meghan. Life was good for a few weeks, but not good enough. They moved out of rent-free Kensington Palace that the Queen had redone at the cost of about $200,000.
Life is tough.
It's called a Palace for a reason. On a guarded and gated street, housing various diplomats and zillionaires, Kensington Palace has also been the home for Prince William, Kate, and their children for the last ten years.
So the Queen gave them a house on Windsor Palace grounds called Frogmore Cottage, rent-free. Lots of privacy, gardens, servants quarters, stables, and near a river.
One wonders, what did Meghan’s former home look like while she was working on the television series Suits? Harry always lived in Kensington Palace and looked happy and content. Did they discover mice?
Life is tough.
So the Queen opened her purse (you know, the one she carries moving from room to room) and had Frogmore Cottage redone to the tune of 3 million pounds (and counting).
After a few nights in their newly redone Frogmore Cottage, Harry and Meghan announced they were spending Christmas in Canada. On an island, (figures) in a rented $14 million mansion, uh-huh, where they can have some privacy.
Rumors started flying that they were going to quit the Royal family. Huh?
They announced besides quitting the royal family, they're going to split their time between Canada and Great Britain, no longer perform any public events, and no longer accept a yearly allowance from Prince Charles after one year.
Harry announced that he’s doing this to protect his family, hence the move to Canada.
Are Prince William and his family in danger?
The latest is that Harry and Meghan will have to repay the Queen for the Frogmore Cottage renovations, were stripped of the Royal term before their Sussex brand name, and are looking for a home and more privacy in Los Angeles.
Privacy? In Los Angeles?
Life is tough, and then you die.
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