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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had been planning of moving to New Zealand before Prince Archie’s birth

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been featured in quite many rounds of media highlights ever since they abandoned the Royal Family and decided to raise a family all by themselves.

The royal couple even sparked a lot many controversies after featuring in Oprah Winfrey’s iconic interview, that we can never forget, largely due to the criticisms and backlashes that Meghan received for what people assumed to be badmouthing Queen Elizabeth and her Royal Family.

Before the two took a forever exit from UK and moved to California, they had plans of settling down in Oceania, New Zealand and starting their own little family there, as revealed by New Zealand’s Governor General Patsy Reddy. This was obviously before they welcomed son Archie on May 6, 2019.

Giving out deeds to the ‘Associated Press’ Patsy revealed, “I remember they’d just been down to the Abel Tasman National Park when we sat down and had a drink, and they said that they could imagine living in a place like this and wondered whether we thought it would be theoretically possible. Even possible for them to have a place in New Zealand.”

He further added, “Of course, we said, ‘Sure. It would be fine. There are lots of opportunities to live in New Zealand, but that would be something that they’d have to explore.'” They were looking at how they might raise their family. And, obviously, they’ve made some decisions since.”


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