Prince Harry is a supportive husband to his wife, Meghan Markle. According to a report, he takes care of their home and kids as she pursues her political goals.
Prince Harry Supports Meghan Markle In Her Alleged Political Career, Takes Over Household Chores
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex looked happy and satisfied in their family lives. They have a healthy functioning home dynamic, Geo.TV reported.
However, unlike most households where wives take care of the kids at home while the husbands work, the Sussex's set-up was reportedly reversed. Prince William's brother was reportedly the one left at home to do the chores and look after their children Archie, 3, and Lilibet, 1, as his wife pursues a career in politics. But oftentimes, Prince Harry reportedly joins Markle in her engagements.
"Prince Harry’s up at the crack of dawn getting the kids fed, washed and dressed. Meghan’s often very busy on business Zoom calls, or nipping into LA for meetings, which Harry often chauffeurs her to," an unnamed source told Closer. "Then he’s back to the kids as soon as possible because he doesn’t like leaving them with nannies."
The tipster added, "With all this speculation around her political career ambitions, everyone thinks Harry would be happy at the idea of being First Gentleman if she accomplishes her long-term goal."
Meghan Markle Reportedly Makes Prince Harry A Househusband
Neil Sean, a royal commentator and correspondent, weighed in on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's arrangement. For him, the former Suits star is moving forward in a "totally different avenue," seemingly hinting about her pursuing a career in politics.
The royal and entertainment reporter for NBC News, MSNBC and Access Hollywood shared the same sentiment about Markel leading the household and her husband taking a step back to support her.
"Prince Harry, the real royal, seems to be stepping back and becoming something of a househusband," he said.
The report about Markle wearing the trousers in her marriage with Prince Harry is not new at all.
"She is definitely the one wearing the trousers in their relationship," a royal insider told People after they tied the knot. "She is a strong, opinionated woman who has her own ideas about things, and that’s one of the things he loves about her."
Royal commentator Hilary Fordwich slammed the duchess for involving herself in politics while using her royal title. According to her, Prince Charles' youngest son couldn't control his wife because he knew he couldn't be "a renegade royal" in the U.S. Also, Prince Harry had grown up in a household where they were told to stay out of politics.
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