Prince Harry is finally at “peace” in life thanks to his move to the USA.
The former royal family member recently sat down with “TODAY” co-anchor, Hoda Kotb, to talk the Invictus Games and how life has changed since moving away from his home country of England.
You may recall, Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, made quite the stir in 2020 when they decided to drop their royal titles and job duties, and moved to California.
Harry Found Peace In The USA
The great “Megxit” is what it’s been commonly referred to as.
Markle has appeared to be a point of contention for the Royal Family, which is why they packed up shop for overseas.
The dust has finally settled since then, and things for the family-of-four sound like they’re going great.
Harry and Markle inked major deals with Spotify and Netflix, and they continue to run their non-profit organization, Archewell.
They’ve also got two beautiful children, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor and Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor, with the latter being welcomed into the world in 2021.
Home Is Where The Heart Is & Harry’s Heart Is In California
While speaking to Kotb, Harry said, “At times I feel massively at peace,” while referring to his new life in the US.
However, it’s not lost on him that there is a lot going on in the world currently that is not peaceful whatsoever.
“For so many people it’s about management, but I do know there is a light at the end of a tunnel for everybody,” Harry explained.
His “light at the end of the tunnel” came when he left England and started his own family with Markle.
Harry’s “Light” and “Peace” Came When He Started A Family
“You know, home for me now is, you know, for the time being, it’s in the states,” the former working royal admitted. “And it feels that way as well. We’ve been welcomed with open arms, and it’s got such a great community up in Santa Barbara.”
Despite gushing about his new life in the US, Harry and Markle did recently make their first visit to England since 2020.
The couple took a trip “across the pond” earlier this month to visit Queen Elizabeth II ahead of her 96th birthday and rumored declining health.
They also paid a visit to Harry’s father, Prince Charles, but it doesn’t appear they met with his brother William or Kate Middleton.
Harry and Markle are currently in the Netherlands for the Invictus Games, which is multi-day sports competition to aid wounded and injured service members and veterans.
The Duke of Sussex started the Invictus Games in 2014.
They also sent extra love to the team from Ukraine.
“For each team, my husband and I both recognize it’s been a lot to get here, both physically and emotionally, not least of which for the Ukraine team, whom we are all standing with,” Markle said.
Harry echoed his wife’s sentiment adding, “Your bravery in choosing to come and being here tonight cannot be overstated.”
As for the couple’s dedication to service, Harry explained to Kotb that he’s now focused on making the world better for his children.
“My sort of mantra now every day is I’m ‘trying to make the world a better place for my kids,” he shared.