Queen Elizabeth II needed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who’re feeling peace of their new house in Santa Barbara, California after stepping down as senior royals, to maneuver to South Africa.
As per Robert Lacey’s new ebook Battle of Brothers, the Queen needed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to stay in Commonwealth nation South Africa for a yr or two to have some freedom and house away from the royal household however not a full separation or resignation of duties.
The writer of the ebook Robert Lacey claims that Her Majesty was conscious of Meghan and Harry’s want to stay an ‘ordinary’ life, which had reminded her of the years she spent with Prince Philip in Malta.
This expertise ‘Malta moment’ between 1949 and 1951, gave the Queen a take a look at life away from the royal household.
According to the ebook, Queen Elizabeth needed to supply an identical expertise to Meghan and Prince Harry and had intention for them to stay in South Africa for a yr or two and thought “Johannesburg could be their Malta.”
However, Queen’s plan for Meghan and Harry didn’t work out and the royal couple stepped down as senior royals earlier this yr and moved first to Canada after which to California, US.