And it’s not in the UK…
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had an extremely stressful year, passing huge relationship milestones from a big move to Windsor to welcoming their first child, baby Archie.
Most of the stress however has undoubtedly come from external parties, with Meghan made victim to a constant barrage of online abuse since she became a royal.
The couple have recently pursued legal action against the tabloids, and Prince Harry released an emotional statement about his wife and his fears of history repeating itself, with Meghan’s plight similar to his late mother Princess Diana’s.
It’s hardly surprising therefore that the couple need a break, with it reported that the Duke, Duchess and baby Archie will be spending Thanksgiving in America with Meghan’s mother.
But it looks like the six-week break might be the start of something new for the family of three, with rumours emerging this week that the Sussex family could be looking for a second home outside of the UK.
Yes. according to People, the couple could be looking to buy a second property, still keeping Frogmore Cottage as their primary home.
‘It’s not possible for them to be [in the U.K.] like this,’ a source told People. ‘There’s more pressure now. There’s a shift that is happening.’
Given the year they’ve had, we get it.