Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are a model dream couple. Despite this, there is talk of a private hotel room as Harry's refuge from Meghan. What's with that?
Montecito – Meghan Markle (41) is the cherry on top of Prince Harry's royal cream cake. So Prince Harry (38) lets his family, friends and the world know at every opportunity. But now a report from The Sun scratches the great happiness of love. The second-born of the British king, Charles III (74), is said to have reserved a private room for himself in a luxury hotel near his and Markle's home in Montecito when he needs time for himself. Two questions immediately come to mind: Isn't the 11-million-dollar mansion big enough for some privacy? And: Is Meghan really so bad that you have to flee from her?
Does Prince Harry have a private hotel room when it gets too much for him at home?
But the newspaper doesn't stop at the hotel room. She goes on to claim that Harry has another "sanctuary" if it gets too much for him. The father of two sweet children, Archie (4) and Lilibet (1), takes refuge in a private club, the San Vicente Bungalows in Los Angeles, which offers its guests protection with strict rules for a lot of money. As soon as the news about Harry went it alone was in the world, the denial of the Duke of Sussex followed. A spokesperson debunked the rumor to Pagesix, saying, "This is not true."
However, San Vicente Bungalows place great emphasis on the privacy of their exclusive guests by adopting an extensive list of safety precautions. Of course, it is also strictly forbidden to use cameras in the premises. Trust is good, control is better: To make sure that there is no secret filming, stickers are allegedly even attached above the cameras to the mobile phones of the guests of the clubhouse. That a visit remains secret is the promise that the club makes to its visitors. No one would know about Harry's retreat if he didn't want it.
Moreover, Does Prince Harry use an exclusive club for his very own purposes?
The club was already on everyone's lips when it was announced that King Charles III (74) had asked Prince Harry (38) and Meghan Markle (41) to give up Frogmore Cottage – their former place of residence before the Megxit and moved to California. Just hours after the press outcry over Harry's father's reclaiming of the keys to their foothold in the United Kingdom, the Sussexes went out to dinner at the trendy San Vicente club in West Hollywood in a demonstratively good mood.
Are they only superficially a dream couple? Does Prince Harry really need a break from family and wife Meghan Markle? He wouldn't be the only one (photomontage). © Nancy Kaszerman/Imago & Ringo Chiu/Imago
The ex-royals are taking it sporty, everyone thought, until a source at Pagesix reported that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could easily have used a secret "celebrity door" when they arrived for dinner. No one would have noticed them. So it was clear: the couple wanted to make a big entrance and be seen. As was recently the case with the car chase through New York, everyone is wondering whether such actions are not simply clever press coups by the Sussexes. Sources used: thesun.co.uk, pagesix.co.uk