PRINCE Harry is “upset” to be missing out on a visit to Balmoral Castle with his family, while wife Meghan Markle doesn’t mind being absent from the get-together.
Prince William and Duchess Kate Middleton, along with their kids, all took a trip to the estate, seeing the Queen for the first time in months.
The former royals recently moved into their new $14.65 million Santa Barbara, California home as they start their new lives together with son Archie in the United States.
According to InTouch Weekly, Prince Harry’s angry he’s stuck in the country and unable to travel to his family’s Scottish holiday home to see his relatives because of the coronavirus crisis.
A source added that the 35-year-old’s “frustrated that he can’t make” it because he hasn’t been able to see them all in months.
Meanwhile, Meghan, 39, reportedly has no issues with staying home.
The insider said: “[She] doesn’t feel like she’s missing out.
“She’s been too busy decorating their new Montecito mansion.”
Prince William, 38, and wife Kate, 38, arrived with their children – Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis – at the estate on Friday, excited to spend time with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
Despite the ongoing family feud, Harry and the Suits alum were invited for the summertime gathering and even originally accepted the invitation in March.
As they had already moved far away, the father of one was looking forward to the reunion, leaving him “upset” when the pandemic ruined their plans.
Though he’s bummed about the trip, he’s still happy he and his wife were able to find and move into their beautiful, new home in a nice area of California that they feel is right for them.
They originally landed in Los Angeles but later found that Santa Barbara was more their speed.
One source shared: “Harry doesn’t know the area well at all, but so far so good. Santa Barbara is more his scene than L.A.
“He has the freedom and space he needs. Harry was extremely unhappy in L.A.”
Los Angeles had too many tourists looking for celebrities for the former royal to feel at home and at ease, but he feels there’s less of that in the area his family is living in now.
Harry likes the “peaceful and chill” vibe of Montecito.