Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have built a home in California for themselves and their two children, but the family could have lived in New Zealand if the couple had considered moving to the country.
Before their first child, Archie, was born in May 2019, Meghan and Harry were considering moving to New Zealand. The revelation was made recently by Governor-General Patsy Reddy, who represents Queen Elizabeth II in Oceania.
Reddy said. Relevant institution The royal couple expressed interest in visiting New Zealand during their royal visit to the South Pacific in 2018. She was expecting her first child.
“I thought they were a beautiful couple, and I hope they have a better future where they are,” Reddy said of his conversation with the two, who then left the royal duties. And established an independent career.
Recalling his conversation about a possible move to New Zealand, Reddy said, “I remember he was just in Abel Tasman National Park when we sat down and drank, and he said he was like that. Imagine being able to live in a place. We wondered if we thought it would be theoretically possible. They even had a place in New Zealand. “
“Of course, we said, ‘Of course. That would be fine. There are a lot of opportunities to live in New Zealand, but that would be something they have to look for.’ ‘
Reddy recalled that Sussex was impressed by the country’s friendly locals and access to outlying areas. However, he was watching to see how he could raise his family if he did so.
“And, of course, they’ve made some decisions,” Reddy said, referring to Santa Barbara’s Montecito neighborhood. Talking about his new home in an interview with Oprah Winfrey in March this year, Harry said, “To have an outdoor space where I can go for a walk with Archie and we have a family and a dog. Let’s go for a walk together. You know, we go hiking or going to the beach, which is very close. “