Prince Harry 'finding life challenging' says pal Jane Goodall

Prince Harry 'finding life challenging' says pal Jane Goodall

During that time, there are many tens of thousands of children who we are helping to supply with breakfast, lunch and dinner every day. To hear Dr. Goodall tell it, she believes she's had to go through a period of drastic changes as she's begun to make a new life for his family in the United States with little Archie in tow.

"Nowadays, they're much more looking for, 'Oh let's do it a new way, '" she said. "Harry said, 'No, he's not growing up like that'".

During an interview with Radio Times, Goodall was asked if she's been in touch with Harry and how he's now doing since the couple moved on, first to Canada and then to Los Angeles, after leaving the royal family.

Now that Harry and Meghan are no longer working royals, they just moved to LA and announced that they're calling their brand-new foundation Archewell, which is of course partially inspired by Archie.

Goodall recently claimed Harry had hinted at his plan to step away from royal life when she met with him and Meghan at their former home, Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

Retirement was not on her agenda, she said, which will come as good news to the Queen, given the absence of the Sussexes, and the Duke of York stepping back from public duties following the fallout over his friendship with the late, disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein.

Dr Goodall told the Radio Times: "I don't know how his career is going to map out, but, yes, I've been in touch - though I think he's finding life a bit challenging right now". They plan to announce more details in due time but now are focused on the coronavirus pandemic. In the royal world, it's 'What should we do next? "Until then, please accept our deepest thanks for your continued support". She was the victor of three European Championship medals, and was honoured with the BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 1971, becoming the first royal to receive the title.

"I really worry about Harry", Mollard shared during the Royals podcast.

"Of all the times to move apart from the royal family, I can imagine that right now he feels tremendously isolated", Mollard noted. Mollard anxious that the isolation could impact Prince Harry as "he has no sense of purpose" now.

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