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Harry and Meghan have been searching for the perfect family nest for a long time
When Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess Meghan, 40, resigned from their duties as senior royals in 2020, they retired to Canada. They have since purchased a home in Montecito, California. There they raise their children, son Archie (2) and daughter Lillipet. California doesn’t necessarily have to be your dream destination.
Harry and Meghan were considering moving to New Zealand
Long before the last Megxit conference, the couple were said to be considering a move abroad. Because the now governor-general of New Zealand Patsy Reddy (67) reveals that the two should have talked about the possibility of moving to New Zealand during their 2018 visit, she revealed in an interview with the Associated Press.
There she says, “I remember they were in Abel Tasman National Park when we sat down and had a drink. They said they could imagine living in a place like this and wondered if we could think that was possible in theory,” Reddy recalls.
She further reveals, “Of course we said, ‘Sure, that would be fine’.” There are many ways to live in New Zealand, but they will have to figure it out for themselves.” “They thought about how to raise their family here. And obviously they’ve made some decisions since then.”
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In an interview with The Associated Press, Reddy also emphasized that for her the interview was more of a private, informal discussion than a serious request for help. At that time, the couple was fascinated by the nature of New Zealand and its friendly people.
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It is also said that there were plans for Africa
There were rumors again and again: already in 2020 the “Sunday Times” had reported that the couple were considering moving to Africa with baby Archie. (JTI)
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