Prince Harry is living ‘without a circle of drinking buddies’ in Montecito
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Prince Harry needs Meghan Markle to help him adjust to the demands of a Hollywood life, according to a royal expert.
The New York Post spoke with Phil Dampier, a royal author whose books on Princess Diana are best-sellers, who made the revelation.
According to Dampier, Harry would have a small social group were it not for his wife’s efforts.
“I get the impression he hasn’t got a circle of drinking buddies he can unwind within Montecito, which has a population of older people, and I’m sure that takes its toll,” he told the outlet.
As a result of being a proverbial “stranger in a strange land”, the 39-year-old prince relies on the 42-year-old princess for his social life, it is suggested.
What’s more, Harry reportedly doesn’t keep in touch with many of his friends in England, either.
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“I know quite a few of Harry’s friends, who don’t hear from him at all now,” Dampier claimed.
He believes it is most striking that Jack Mann — a longtime friend of Harry’s who was also in his wedding party — didn’t see the Duke of Sussex at his own wedding recently.
But most remarkable, in a sad way, is Dampier feels the biggest loss Harry suffered was the loss of his closeness with brother Prince William.
“They were both very sociable boys,” he said. “And that’s what’s so sad about it now, how they’ve gone from best of friends to non-existent really. They have become so distant.”
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