PRINCE Harry could have been sitting in the seclusion of Frogmore Cottage enjoying springtime in the British countryside.
Safe from prying eyes with acres of private gardens for the dogs and Archie to enjoy.
The best security in the world on hand.
Harry could have been happy in the knowledge he was close to Windsor Castle where his 98-year-old grandfather and grandmother the Queen, who celebrates her 94th birthday on Tuesday are in residence.
Instead he and Meghan are in Los Angeles, the biggest celebrity hang out in the world.
You don’t get much more famous than Meghan and Harry.
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They can hardly complain about privacy when they choose to live in the heart of celebrity country.
If they had not been so hasty, they could be planning their future in the secure, peaceful place Harry still regards as home.
I cannot see the sense in it.
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