Prince Harry Is Hunting For A Home In The UK For A Secret Reason

Prince Harry has been living inThe United States for about 4 years now.

According to an article by The Mirror, Harry is looking to find a ‘permanent’ residence in the UK, per a royal source. A few years back he was evicted from his royal residence named Frogmore Cottage.

Harry seems to be homesick for his UK life with his friends and previous UK lifestyle.

The rumor is Harry is sad about being away from Frogmore Cottage and not happy about King Charles desire for Prince Andrew to move into the cottage.

Royal author Tom Quinn reported to The Mirror “As time goes by, Harry misses some aspects of his old life in the UK. Inevitably, the honeymoon period where everything in the States is new and exciting is coming to an end and Harry is looking back at the past through rose-tinted spectacles.”

Also, he continued: “He misses his Old Etonian and army friends, many of whom have not visited as they don’t get on with Meghan. Harry is determined to find his own permanent home in the UK, which is partly why he’s continuing his legal action to get the British taxpayer to pay for his security.”

In Harry’s 2023 book ‘Spare’ he talked about how sad he was to leave Frogmore Cottage, his former royal residence. Harry and Meghan received the cottage as a gift from Queen Elizabeth. The couple paid for a costly renovation; but, ended up leaving the cottage in 2020. This was at the time when the couple decided to part ways with the royal family.

Last year they were evicted from Frogmore Cottage after leaving their Royal duties in and the royal family in 2020.

In Spare, Harry described talking to Charles and William, after Prince Phillip’s funeral. While waiting for his father and brother to arrive at the cottage, Harry became sad when he came to the realization that Frogmore Cottage was not going to be his “forever home.”

Harry also continues his legal fight over the level of his personal security while in the UK. In 2020 his right to personal police security has stopped. He now has to cover this cost at his own expense.