According to, although Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem unfazed by King Charles III’s decision to vacate their last remaining U.K. home, their close friends believe that the couple is actually more distressed than they are portraying.

The sources suggest that the couple’s substantial expenses and unfulfilled ambitions of achieving success in the U.S. after departing from the royal family are causing problems in their marriage.

Since relinquishing their official royal duties and relocating to the United States, Harry and Meghan have made significant strides in their careers. They have secured multi-year deals with Netflix and Spotify that are valued at $100 million and $25 million, respectively.

However, their lavish A-list lifestyle comes at a high cost, and it is depleting their financial resources.

According to an insider, the couple has taken a $10 million mortgage on their $14.6 million Montecito, CA, property, which boasts six bedrooms. However, maintaining the property requires a substantial amount of money, and the couple also incurs significant expenses for staffing and security.

Despite Harry’s bestselling memoir, “Spare,” in which he revealed confidential information about the royal family, the insider suggested that the profits may not suffice to sustain the family of four, including their children Archie, aged three, and Lili, aged one, due to the couple’s substantial financial obligations.

His four-book deal with Penguin Random House is worth a reported $35 million, but insiders wonder whether he has enough dirt to fill three more tomes.

Harry is used to having the finer things in life. “When Harry was a royal, he’d go on huge shopping sprees, glamorous vacations, and buy everyone drinks and dinner at expensive London restaurants,” recalled one source. “Charles funded everything, so Harry didn’t have to think about money.”

After being financially disowned by his father, who is said to have been motivated by a desire to downsize the royal family and possibly seeking retribution, Harry’s perspective changed drastically.

An informant stated that the couple had been expecting Charles, aged 74, to eventually provide them with financial support, but were surprised when they were left with no financial assistance at all.

Before Charles stopped providing for Harry, a source alleged that Meghan was taken aback by the small amount of money Harry possessed.

As a result, they have been forced to devise creative strategies to generate income, according to a report from

In late February, Meghan appeared in an Instagram ad for the coffee brand Clevr Blends. In it, the brand’s founder revealed the duchess had invested in Clevr in 2020 as a gesture of goodwill, but to some the clip reeked of sponsored content.

“Yes, Meghan wants to support women entrepreneurs like herself,” an insider stated, “but don’t think she’s doing it for nothing.”

In contrast, Harry is currently charging $39.95 per person to attend a live-streamed event featuring a therapy session with a trauma expert. While Harry’s aim is to promote therapy as a means of treating mental health issues, a source criticized him for charging people to watch the session, claiming that it was in poor taste. The insider also said that this was another example of how Harry was willing to go to great lengths to make money.