Prince Harry spoke about life in the United States, his and Meghan Markle's children and a recent meeting with Queen Elizabeth II
These days, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in the spotlight of the world press: the couple met with Queen Elizabeth II for the first time after moving to the United States, and then went to the Netherlands to attend the Invictus Games, founded once by the prince. During this trip, 37-year—old Harry gave a rare interview - he talked to the presenter of the Today TV channel, to whom he told that he was satisfied with life in America.
As the prince admits, at times he feels "amazing peace" — as much as possible, "considering everything that is happening in the world." Regarding his new place of residence , Harry said:
You know, today the United States has become my home, and I feel it. We were welcomed there with open arms, wonderful people in Santa Barbara.
Now, as the prince assures, he and Meghan are ordinary parents working from home, who do not always find it easy to combine business with raising young children. Recall that the couple's son Archie is two years old, their daughter Lilibet is 10 months old. On a trip to Europe, the parents of the kids did not take them with them.
Working from home is sometimes not quite what it seems. Archie loves to get in the way when we have video calls in Zoom, but with his help we learned how to finish them quickly, which is also useful.
According to Harry, he finds special harmony when he helps someone, and currently he is focused on making his family happy.:
Something like my daily mantra is the thought of trying to make this world a better place for my children.
He also told Harry about a recent meeting with his grandmother: as Harry says, he and Meghan had tea with the queen at the palace, everything was held in a friendly atmosphere:
It was very nice to see her (Elizabeth II. — Ed.). She's in great shape. And she's always joking, she has a great sense of humor. And it is always important for me to be sure that she is protected, that she is surrounded by the right people.
It was a sense of humor and the ability not to take life too seriously that Harry called the best trait of his grandmother's character.
The prince shared his thoughts that it would be good to bring the children to the UK for the celebrations on the occasion of the platinum jubilee of the queen's reign, but he is not yet sure about this due to "security issues and so on."
Harry also admitted that with the advent of his own children, he began to remember his mother, the late Princess Diana, even more:
I feel her presence almost always, but definitely in the last two years even more than ever before. She's looking at us.
The visit to the "Undefeated Games", in which military personnel injured during service participate, is the first visit of Harry and Meghan to Europe after the "Megzit". A few days ago, the couple attended the opening ceremony in The Hague, where one of the most memorable moments was their kiss in front of the audience.