Meghan Markle May Have Played A Key Role In Her And Harry's Move To LA Claims Stanley Johnson
New reports have indicated that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have willingly chosen to live in a paparazzi "hotspot" in the city of Los Angeles, despite their ongoing legal battles with the British media and frequent complaints of toxic press tactics.
However, according to Saga Magazine, Stanley Johnson - the father of Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom - believes Meghan chose to move to the aforementioned area and was likely the one who pushed for the re-location.
When asked for his thoughts by the reporter, Stanley explained that it was reasonable to assume that Meghan was the brains behind the operation. He stated he can't help but think she "played a leading role here."
The 79-year-old went on to say that Markle's decision to go back to North America may have to do with simple differences between the British and Americans. Johnson provided an example to show exactly what he meant.
He claims his mother chose to spend the rest of her life at a remote Exmoor farmhouse following her husband's recovery from war wounds. According to Johnson, Meghan may not have the same cultural predisposition to living a quiet life in the UK.
Johnson insinuated that, on account of her North American upbringing, she may desire a much louder life, so to speak. However, Johnson praised Meghan and Harry for their philanthropic work in the same interview, adding that he was truly sad to see them leave the British royal family.
According to Johnson, Meghan and Harry's charity work has been a great contribution to the world, especially in the case of wildlife conservation and women's issues. As it was previously reported, Meghan and Harry announced they were leaving the British royal family at the start of 2020.
It didn't come long after Prince Andrew's catastrophic fall from grace due to his association with Jeffrey Epstein, the charged sex offender who died from suicide behind bars. Moreover, there were rumors of trouble in paradise for months before the couple finally decided to leave.
Since then, Harry and Meghan have been engaged in a bitter fight with the Associated Newspaper, the owners of The Daily Mail.