[/news/prince_harry/index.html Prince Harry] chose to quit the [/news/royals/index.html Royal Family] not [/tvshowbiz/meghan-markle/index.html Meghan Markle], the couple's new bombshell biography Finding Freedom will reveal.
Harry, 35, is said to be angry at the term 'Megxit' because it made it sound like the decision to break away from the Firm was Meghan's alone, a source told [ ].
The couple are currently isolating in actor Tyler Perry's Hollywood mansion with little Archie, one.
The book - to be released on August 11 - promises to offer an 'honest, up-close, and disarming portrait' of the 'confident, influential, forward' couple.
Prince Harry chose to quit the Royal Family not Meghan Markle (pictured together in March), the couple's new bombshell biography Finding Freedom will reveal
A publishing source said: 'The reality is Harry drove [the decision to leave].
The book will make that clear and explain why it had to happen.
They added: 'He wanted to move in the direction that they did and had been considering it for more than a year.
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While Meghan was supportive of his choice, she 'asked him if he was certain it was what he wanted' multiple times.
Royal biographer Omid Scobie - who co-authored their book alongside Catherine Durand - today revealed the couple celebrated their second wedding anniversary with Mexican food and margaritas.
Harry, 35, is said to be angry at the term 'Megxit' because it made it sound like the decision to break away from the Firm was Meghan's alone, a source told The Sun
The couple are currently isolating in actor Tyler Perry's Hollywood mansion (pictured) with little Archie, one
He said they enjoyed a quiet day of celebrations together, joining family and friends on Zoom, and 'reminisced about what a beautiful and magical day' their wedding was.
Writing in [ ], Mr Scobie said the couple chatted with a number of people - including some of the vendors who 'helped bring the ceremony and reception to life' -about exchanging their vows in May 2018 at Windsor Castle.
'They all reminisced about what a beautiful and magical day it was', a source told the publication, adding that they video-called friends and family'.
Mr Scobie added: 'And with the Sussexes now based in Los Angeles, it only seemed right to celebrate with a Southern Californian favorite: Mexican food.
'The couple, who also exchanged cotton-based gifts per tradition, enjoyed a number of favorite dishes together, washed down with margaritas.'
Royal biographer Omid Scobie - who co-authored their book alongside Catherine Durand - today revealed the couple celebrated their second wedding anniversary with Mexican food and margaritas
The Mail on Sunday recently revealed that it has been quietly arranged for the couple to start paying rent on the property, beginning last month.
Meghan and Harry are now paying just shy of £18,000 a month to keep Frogmore as their official British base.
It is being described as a 'rental-plus' agreement in which they pay more than what the commercial rate would be, enabling them to pay down those building costs with the excess.
One of the reasons Harry and Meghan moved abroad was their wish for privacy and to put an end, as they saw it, to being in the media spotlight.
But while on the royal estate at Frogmore their privacy was totally protected, in California they are being photographed seemingly on a daily basis.
American paparazzi sit high on a hill overlooking their Beverly Hills mansion and have a view inside.
This week, photographs were snatched of Harry, 35, playing with his black labrador.
The pictures - which were swiftly published on American and Australian websites - showed the dog paddling in the swimming pool, which suggests a drone was flown over the house.
The picture quality was so good that a purple plastic dog ball launcher could be seen as Harry laughingly threw it high in the air for the dog to chase.
Frogmore Cottage in the grounds of Frogmore House, Windsor.
The UK home of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Duke and Duchess of Sussex
This is the sprawling £14.5million Tuscan-style villa that Prince Harry and Meghan and their son, Archie, have called home since moving to Los Angeles from Canada in March
No UK publication would ever print such intrusive images.
As one Los Angeles-based photographer says: 'Harry and Meghan were always going to be a prime target - pictures of them make a lot of money. They have become the No1 target.
'It hasn't been too hectic due to the Covid-19 lockdown but with that now lifting it's becoming a free-for-all with helicopters and drones up over their property.
'Harry and Meghan don't have anything like the protection here that they had in the UK.
It's a case of out of the frying pan into the fire. Whereas in Britain the Press abides by guidelines, there are no rules in the US. The freedom of the press trumps everything.
'Harry and Meghan are just treated here like any other A-list celebrities.'
As happy as Meghan must be back in her homeland, Harry must regret not having the seclusion offered by Frogmore Cottage.
It lies in the grounds of Frogmore House, a favourite royal retreat for more than 200 years within Windsor Castle's Home Park, and where the Queen's parents, George VI and the Queen Mother, spent their honeymoon.
And it is a bastion of privacy, with an armed police guard at each gate (there are at least seven) into the estate.
Moreover, all aircraft are banned from flying below 2,500ft over the area and drones are prohibited to ensure no aerial photography.
Indeed, during the two years Meghan lived in the UK, she and Harry were never photographed at Frogmore, and were only caught on camera unofficially on a handful of occasions.
Best buds: Adele has reportedly grown closer to Prince Harry and Megan Markle ever since they moved to Beverly Hills and has been offering them tips on the area
The couple were free to come and go as they pleased, living a close-to normal life.
Meghan enjoyed shopping for flowers and would often walk around the grounds of Frogmore and the private park with Archie strapped to her in a papoose.
However, now holed up in their faux Tuscan villa, owned by US comedian and actor Tyler Perry, they have been forced to erect fences to prevent prying eyes.
Meanwhile, Adele has reportedly grown closer to Prince Harry and Megan Markle ever since they moved to Beverly Hills and has been offering them tips on the area.
The singer, 32, apparently lives just five minutes from the couple's new home and often stops to say hello, playersintroduction.website2.me according to the [ Adele even allegedly recommended a school for their son Archie and has told them 'discreet' places to spend time together as a family without getting recognised.
Harry, 35, and Meghan, 38, are currently renting a £14.5million eight-bedroom home from film producer, Tyler Perry. The house also has 12 bathrooms.
While Adele is currently living nearby in a mansion which cost £7.7million.
The star allegedly first became friends with the couple while visiting a community kitchen for Grenfell Tower victims in December 2018.
A source told website: 'Adele's just five minutes from Harry and Meghan and they've swapped notes on the area.
Friends across the pond: The celebrities reportedly often say hello to each other as they live five minutes apart in the expensive LA district
Lap of luxury: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been living in this ultra-luxury Beverly Hills hideout that belongs to Hollywood tycoon Tyler Perry, DailyMailTV can exclusively reveal
'Adele loves the neighbourhood. She's also recommended her four-year-old son Angelo's pre-school and discreet places to take Archie where they won't be bombarded by fans.'
The source added: 'Meghan admires how Adele has managed to keep out of the spotlight despite being a huge star.'
In 2011, Adele previously joked to Glamour magazine she was 'after Prince Harry 'because his love of partying would be a 'right laugh'.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their one-year-old son Archie have called the $18 million mansion home since moving to LA at the end of March, sources said.
They had been staying at a waterfront home in Vancouver Island since announcing they were stepping down from their royal duties in January, but made a beeline for California after Canada announced it would be restricting its borders due to COVID-19. ]