Prince Harry's Friend Dr. Jane Goodall Says He's Having a "Difficult Time"
Prince Harry is finding it "a bit challenging" to deal with his new life in North America, according to friend Dr. Jane Goodall.
The famed conservationist told the Radio Times (via The Guardian) that she's been "in touch" with Harry after he and Meghan Markle stepped down from their royal duties. To hear Dr. Goodall tell it, she believes she's had to go through a period of drastic changes as she's begun to make a new life for his family in the United States with little Archie in tow.
"I don’t know how his career is going to map out, but yes, I’ve been in touch, though I think he’s finding life a bit challenging just now," said Dr. Goodall.
Harry ended up leaving royal life behind on March 31 following a move from Canada to Los Angeles. Unfortunately, after completing their journey to their new home, they've yet to leave given the the current need to practice social distancing.
This could almost certainly lead to Harry having difficulty adjusting to his new life. When you can't leave your home or do anything outside of it, you tend to start having a little difficulty with your situation, even if it's the most positive it can be.
"Like everyone, they are adjusting to social distancing, being cautious and safe," a source told People about Harry and Meghan getting used to their new way of life during these difficult times.
"It is exciting for them to mark the end of the transition and the official start of their new chapter." But there's one activity that may not resume once social distancing has concluded, according to Goodall.
"I think Harry will stop because Meghan doesn’t like hunting, so I suspect that is over for him," she shared.