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Royal Expert Says Prince Harry Will Be 'A Lost Soul' Living In America Because He's 'Not As Tough'

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By Chris Barilla

While news has been coming out for months now about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's highly-publicized transition to civilian life in the United States, specifics of their move have largely been up to speculation, with many claiming​ that the fame the couple would enjoy would put them on a pedestal seemingly above even their A-list celebrity neighbors. However, a Royal author/expert is now claiming that the transition may prove to be difficult for the Prince, who he claims will be "a lost soul" in America.

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As per The Daily Mail Tom Quinn, author of 'Kensington Palace: An Intimate Memoir from Queen Mary to Meghan Markle,' appeared on Britain's Channel 5 special 'Harry & Meghan: Two Troubled Years' to discuss his thoughts about the major unprecedented move by Harry and Meghan, where he claimed that the Prince would find a tougher time adjusting to American life and culture than his wife, who has already spent the majority of her life enveloped by it thanks to her former television fame.

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"I think Harry will be like a lost soul in the U.S.," Quinn mentioned during the television special, adding that "It will be far worse for Harry in America than Meghan in England. Because he’s not as tough as she is," referencing the former actress' knowledge of the Los Angeles landscape and lifestyle.

The couple officially announced their relocation to America on January 8, and after a stint in Canada have been residing since in Los Angeles with their young son, Archie.

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This is not the first time a Royal expert has insinuated that Harry will find difficulty adjusting to life as a celebrity in America. Andrew Morton, another Royal biographer, mentioned to The Times that he thinks Harry will find immense difficulty dealing with "intrusive paparazzi" in America that he hasn't encountered in the U.K.

"[The couple] will have to get used to the paparazzi and in Hollywood the gloves will be off. They’ll have TMZ sticking a camera in their faces saying, 'How’s your day going?' It will be aggressive and Harry won’t like that," he said.

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With reports coming out suggesting that the former Royal family member is feeling particularly lonely following the massive move from his home country and the traditions he is so used to, it's really only a matter of time to see how the Duke continues to react to the unique aspects of being a public figure in the United States. For now, he​, Markle, and their son are spending time quarantining in their recently acquired $18 million mansion, which was formerly owned by Tyler Perry.

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