Prince Harry reportedly went “completely sour” since his union with the Duchess of Sussex. Royal photographer Arthur Edwards said the Duchess knew her intentions despite spending £2.4million of taxpayers’ money to refurbish Frogmore Cottage.
Speaking on TalkRadio, Mr Edwards explained how the Duchess wanted to leave the UK as soon as she married Prince Harry.
Mr Edwards has been photographing the Duke of Sussex since the day he was born.
But since his relationship with the Duchess of Sussex, the photographer said he has seen a change in Prince Harry’s attitude.
The photographer said: “Unfortunately for the last couple of years, he has gone completely sour.
Mr Edwards explained how the Duchess had no intention of staying in the UK despite investing taxpayers money on their cottage.
He added: “All that house refurbishment at Frogmore and the money that they spent on that, she had no intention of staying here.
“Last thing she did at Westminster Abbey at the Commonwealth service, she came out last because they were relegated to the back row.
“She made a big fuss about the kids kneeling down.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex went to LA towards the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
Mr Edwards highlighted the way the Duchess changed clothes and went straight to Heathrow Airport to fly to Los Angeles.
He said this shows she “had no intention of staying in the UK.
The photographer added: “It’s not in her plans and she is dragging Harry along and unfortunately, he’s gone along with it.”
The Duke and Duchess announced their plans to step down as senior royals in January.
The couple then set up residence in Vancouver Island, Canada.
But in March the Sussexes decided to move to the Duchess’ home city, LA.