Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Are ‘SEPARATING’… According To New Reports! (DETAILS)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are struggling career-wise after their Spotify deal had imploded last month.


And now there are growing rumors that the couple is also struggling in their personal lives — meaning their marriage.

According to multiple sources, Meghan and Prince Harry are living separately and headed for a divorce.According to multiple sources, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are “living separately.” Allegedly, the pressure of everything got to their marriage and the two decided to take some “time apart.”

“They’re trying to figure out what hit them,” the source revealed. “Harry doesn’t fit in Meghan’s tacky Tinseltown world and he’s hoping to find himself.”

According to recent reports, Harry is planning a trip to Africa to film a documentary WITHOUT Meghan by his side. The source claims that for Harry, the continent is like his second home — a place where he feels “most like himself.”

One source also revealed that the “divorce news isn’t surprising to hear” adding that “there is little sympathy for Harry among the Royal family, after all he’s done.”

“If you’d had asked me a year ago, I’d say no. But if you ask me now, I’d say maybe,” the source said, regarding their alleged separation.

The added: “It just feels like she wants certain things, and she’s like, ‘I’ve got this all in my hand. I’ve got the biggest agency in the world finding me projects and stuff. I don’t really need Harry… there’s really nothing for us to promote together.’”

Since divorce rumors began circulating, multiple people close to the couple spoke in support of them and called the rumors “UNTRUE.”

Regarding Harry’s solo trip to Africa, the same sources said that the couple is under a lot of pressure to come up with winning content for Netflix which is why Prince Harry, 38, is traveling there.

As per reports, Harry’s potential African journey will be seen as following in the footsteps of his late mother, Princess Diana, who also traveled to Africa shortly before her death.