Meghan and Harry don’t regret Megxit as he’s ‘finally fulfilling his dreams’

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry don't regret their decision to move from the UK as Harry is finally doing what he wanted to do, it has been claimed.

The royals stepped down as senior members last year and moved to the US, causing controversy.

But the huge decision is exactly what he wanted to do as Harry is fulfilling his dream of being financially independent, according to PEOPLE.

The dramatic move to start a new life has been under constant scrutiny, however according to a source it's been a great decision for the couple.

Harry, 36, "finally found a solution," says royal historian Robert Lacey.

"Which is essentially to get out and start a new life. To stay in the royal system is to go along with subservience to those more senior than you. He has asserted his own identity," he added.

The fresh start was "always there dream" according to a close source.

The source, close to the prince, added: "The year started out with a lot of excitement and anticipation.

"Harry was finally doing what he’d wanted to do for years, and to have Meghan and [19-month-old son] Archie with him was all he could have asked for."

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However, things did not go as planned as 2020 was the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

In addition to this the "Sandringham Summit" agreement which took effect in March, the couple did not get the exact deal they wanted.

Despite the struggles, Harry and Meghan, 39, still got the freedom they needed.

An insider said: "Despite everything that has been going on this year, they don’t regret their move to the US.

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"They love that they are able to focus on projects and causes that are important to them."

On Tuesday it was reported Prince Harry has changed his mind and will not be returning to the UK to arrange an extension to his "Megxit deal" face-to-face.

The Duke of Sussex had planned to request an in-person meeting with the Queen after he and wife Meghan left their roles as senior working royals, the Mirror reports.

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