“Harry is grief-stricken, his heart is broken”: Prince’s friend talks about his condition

"Harry is grief-stricken, his heart is broken": Prince's friend talks about his condition

Prince Harry, 36, is having a hard time with the drama that happened to him. The husband of Meghan Markle, 39, has not been able to see his grandmother, brother and other relatives for a long time.

Journalist Tom Bradby revealed how Princess Diana’s youngest son is feeling after “Megsit” and the subsequent move to America. The Dukes of Sussex now live in a luxurious mansion in Montecito, which they bought with a mortgage. For almost a year, because of the coronavirus pandemic and closed borders, Prince Harry has not seen his family, who remained on the other side of the ocean.

"Harry is grief-stricken, his heart is broken": Prince's friend talks about his condition

Tom Bradby met Prince Harry when he was still a teenager. It was Tom who authored the film about Meghan and her husband’s trip to Africa in 2019. In an interview for ITV, the man shared some unexpected information about the prince’s new life. Tom revealed how the British queen’s grandson feels in isolation. “Prince Harry is heartbroken, his heart is broken,” Bradby said, referring to the strained relationship between his friend and his family members.

At the same time, the insider does not hide the fact that the spouses are happy in America. “They’re definitely better off now. There’s been a tremendous amount of things that have happened in the last year that I can’t and don’t want to talk about. I assure you, a lot of what has already been said by anyone is partly inaccurate and wrong,” Tom assured. He stressed that Harry and Meghan are happy with their lives, but that doesn’t cancel out all of the prince’s pain for the family he found himself separated from.

According to the Daily Mail, a friend of the Duke of Sussex recalled that 2020 was a difficult year for all people on Earth. He noted that Prince William is also having a hard time because of conflict with his brother. Meghan and Harry plan to return to the UK this year. Insiders speculate that the couple will appear at Elizabeth II’s 95th birthday celebrations, unless, of course, the coronavirus interferes with those plans.