• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Los Angeles plans are “still up in the air”
  • The Duke of Sussex still needs to establish himself in the United States
  • Prince William advised Prince Harry to return to London or move somewhere safer

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have huge dreams after moving to Los Angeles, but their plans are still “up in the air.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced in January that they were stepping back as senior members of the royal family. They immediately flew to Canada after their bombshell announcement.

In March, they returned to the U.K. to carry out their final royal duty. After that, the royal couple flew to the United States and settled down in Los Angeles.

Daily Mirror royal editor Russell Myers said in an interview with Radio New Zealand that the couple’s “plans are simply up in the air at the moment.”

“They had huge plans once they settled in Los Angeles... to set up their own foundation and now obviously these plans are in tatters,” he continued.

“They had plans to launch themselves into the corporate world, into the very, very lucrative world of public speaking, where they could potentially net millions and millions of pounds for a single gig.”

Myers also said that the couple’s celebrity star power in the U.S. has something to do with their royal ties. Thus, “it remains to be seen how successful they will be,” especially that they already turned their backs from their royal privileges.

He also praised Markle for being “very adaptable.” However, the royal expert is concerned with Prince Harry because he already went through so much.

Prince William’s brother has been honest about his mental hardship. He previously confessed that he was very affected after his mom Princess Diana died.

“How many more times can you do it? I'm not sure how many strings he has to his bow,” he said of Prince Harry.

He also noted that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could be a “tour de force as a collective” but at present, Prince Harry “really needs to find his feet.”

Meanwhile, royal author Tom Quinn said that Prince Harry would struggle in the U.S. Quinn described the duke as a “lost soul in the U.S.”

“It will be far worse for Harry in America than Meghan in England because he’s not as tough as she is,” Quinn explained.

In related news, Prince Harry and Prince William are already on speaking terms. The younger prince is reportedly leaning on his brother and the future king advised his younger sibling to return to the U.K. or move somewhere safer.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are currently in quarantine amid the coronavirus pandemic
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been staying home and practicing very safe behaviors to help flatten the curve. POOL / Andy Stenning