The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have considered moving to New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have considered moving to New Zealand

Patsy Reddy, the representative of Queen Elizabeth II in New Zealand, revealed in an interview with the British newspaper The Guardian News agency That Prince Harry and Meghan spoke with her about the possibility of moving to their country during their official visit in 2018, nearly a year before the couple decided to move to the United States.

“I remember they just went to Abel Tasman National Park when we sat down and had a drink, and they said they could imagine living in a place like this and wondered if we thought it would be theoretically possible,” Reddy explained.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex celebrate Commonwealth Day in London

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The Governor of New Zealand commented: ‘Of course we said yes. That would be good. There are many opportunities to live in New Zealand, but this is something you have to assess.’ Reddy adds that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been looking at how to raise their family and it is clear that they have made some decisions since then. .

However, a representative of Queen Elizabeth II did not see it as anything official, but as an informal discussion mainly because the couple seemed to admire the access to the outdoors that the country had and interaction with New Zealanders.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle during Commonwealth Day in London

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan celebrate Commonwealth Day

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In addition, during their interview with Oprah Winfrey in early 2021, the couple mentioned that they offered the royal family to step back from their institutional commitments in a Commonwealth country such as South Africa or New Zealand, but finally Prince Harry and Meghan moved from Sussex to the United States after they She lived in Canada for a few months.

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