Prince Harry is no longer the man he used to be according to a royal biographer who claims his marriage to Meghan Markle has caused the royal to lose his identity.

Author Angela Levin recently opened up about the Duke of Sussex’s new persona in an op-ed for the Sunday Telegraph. In the piece, she suggested Harry “has become a shadow of the prince I once knew.”

Levin claimed Harry hasn’t objected to Meghan’s desire to take control of the relationship and has become submissive by following her lead.

“Of course, he would not be the first man to be besotted with a beautiful woman with a different agenda that he then meekly adopts as his own. While he balked at being ‘the spare’ to Prince William, he seems to accept being second to Meghan,” Levin wrote.

The author of “Harry: A Biography of a Prince” noted a recent podcast appeared to show that Harry lost his British accent and is instead mimicking Meghan’s American accent.

“Phrases such as “twenny twenny” and “I wanna” suggest his ‘Californication’ is well underway,” Levin wrote.

Although the couple may seem successful in American thanks to their multimillion-dollar deals with Netflix and Spotify, Levin suspects Prince Harry will eventually return to his senior role in the royal family.

Meghan and Prince Harry announced their departure from the royal family in January 2020 and negotiated a 12-month deal with Queen Elizabeth.

However, it appears the couple isn’t ready to return to London just yet.

“It has been reported that Prince Harry now wants a 12-month extension to it. There are several possible reasons. He may miss his family and all the privileges that entails,” Levin wrote.

“He may be keen to reconnect with the charities he once supported, and regain his honorary military titles.”

Levin went on to suggest that Prince Harry may have realized he can’t be a celebrity forever and returning to the royal family would be his best option.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex attend The Endeavour Fund Awards at Mansion House on March 5, 2020, in London. Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images