Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made the decision to step down as senior royals in 2020 and have since begun a new life in the US. Speaking on a recent episode of Royally Us, host Christine Ross claimed that the couple “need to start taking advice from somebody” in order to find their footing in their desired new life.
Ms Ross said that the couple “need to start taking advice from people”.
She added: “It doesn’t seem like they’re being coached or guided or, you know, steered in any direction.
“They’re trying to forge this on their own and I don’t know that it’s going well.”
Ms Ross’ co-host Christina Garibaldi pointed out that the Sussexes are trying to be “celebrities and royals”, adding that “nobody’s really done this, like them, before”.
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On Saturday, the couple joined the Prince and Princess of Wales to greet well-wishers in Windsor.
This is the first time the couples have been spotted together since the Sussexes exit, and amid feud speculation.