A bit of heaven on earth can occasionally be acquired through hard effort, as Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, are demonstrating.
Days after it became official that King Charles III had brutally and publically ejected the power couple from Frogmore Cottage, their lifelong home, they reportedly made their biggest move to yet.
A calm and opulent private island is reportedly what King Charles III, Prince William, and other royals could only dream of for Prince Harry and Markle.
King Charles, despite the Royal Family’s $42 billion in assets and $28 billion fortune, would be eaten alive by British residents if he attempted to spend taxpayers’ money to purchase an island or any property.
The royals’ $9.5 billion real estate portfolio, which includes Kensington Palace, Windsor Castle, the Tower of London, and Buckingham Palace, would be considered to be wasteful spending.
But, Markle and her husband earn their money through employment, so they are free to spend it however they like. Via their lucrative contracts with Netflix, Spotify, Penguin Random House, and paid speeches, the wayward royals have acquired a fortune.
A source informed Heat that now that moving to England is no longer an option, Prince Harry, Markle, and their young children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, might be moving to another nation.
The family considered a number of excellent possibilities, including moving to South Africa and Canada, both of which they are familiar with.
The friend of the publication said, “The situation is quickly deteriorating into one that is intolerable. There have been discussions about moving away from LA while maintaining a base there, perhaps to Canada, South Africa, or another nation where they are more well-liked and supported by the general populace.
Prince Harry, on the other hand, is a creative thinker and has been pressuring Markle to agree to the notion of relocating to a private island where they will enjoy complete freedom and seclusion.
“There is money to be made abroad, and it matches their idea of global success,” the insider continued. Harry is pushing hard to go down the private island route since he loves the concept of living in a natural and environmentally friendly setting.
A large private island costs between $10 — $12 million — which implies that Prince Harry and Markle can undoubtedly afford one if they want to.
Many royal observers say that King Charles and other royals must have been blown away by the couple’s grandiose relocation plan.