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Prince Harry ‘may have jumped gun’ on Hollywood move to LA with Meghan Markle

Prince Harry may have "jumped the gun" with his Hollywood move to Los Angeles with Meghan Markle, a royal expert has claimed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex jetted off to Los Angeles from Vancouver, Canada, at the end of March as soon as their duties to Queen finished.

Meghan and Harry stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family in January, and the Duke had months of deliberations with Prince William, Prince Charles and the Queen before an arrangement was made.

To make the switch from Royal to independent life, Prince Harry was forced to give up his HRH title and all of his roles in the military, including serving as ceremonial head of the Royal Marines.

Prince Harry has reportedly told his British Navy friends that he would've liked to keep the role, indicating he feels like he "jumped the gun" on his Hollywood move.

Royal Editor of the Daily Mirror Russell Myers told RNZ, a radio station in New Zealand, the couple are facing an uncertain future.

He told RNZ: "He was essentially saying he wanted to leave his role, he wanted to go and seek his own financial independence, and he had to step back from all of his military roles and certainly some of his patronages.

"So he may have jumped the gun a little bit and it would seem that Harry has been saying this to his military friends."

If Prince Harry does change his mind, it is likely he will need to "back pedal a little bit from the infamous Sandringham summit," Mr Myers said.

This would involve going back to the Queen, his father, Prince Charles, and his brother, Prince William, and ask for it.

He told RNZ: "Essentially what this means is he would need to back pedal a little bit from the infamous Sandringham summit he had in January with the Queen, his father Prince Charles, and his brother William at the helm."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s post-Megxit plans are said to be "in tatters" as a result of coronavirus, which took the world by storm in March.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been in lockdown with their son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, instead of working on their foundation Archewell, and other ventures.

According to Mr Myers, the pair had wanted to break out into the lucrative world of public speaking, a move that could make them millions per booking.

But their plans are now on hold though as the "whole world has stopped" due to coronavirus which is "very different" from what was expected.

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