Newlywed life seems to be treating Prince Harry and Meghan Markle well since the two tied the knot in May, but there is one worry on the Royal’s mind when it comes to his new wife.
According to Vanity Fair, the Duke of Sussex doesn’t like the media “hysteria” that follows his Duchess since she became a Royal.
“He worries there is too much hysteria around Meghan and he wants to row back a bit,” a source told the magazine.
Prince Harry–who was only 13 when his mother, Princess Diana, died tragically in a car crash in 1997 because her car was chased down by paparazzi photographers–has made a decisive effort to keep both himself and the former Suits actress away from the spotlight whenever possible.
“They spend a lot of time in the Cotswolds, more than people realize. They are in the country way more than they are in London and they are enjoying a low-key and very domesticated start to married life,” one of their friends said. “Harry’s not around that much anymore. Meghan likes him to keep his diary clear at the weekends so they can be together in the countryside.”
The Daily Express‘ Richard Palmer told the mag, “Royal rota journalists are being kept further away from [Meghan] than we were before the wedding. That means we can’t hear what she is saying. If you can’t get direct quotes from members of the royal family that often makes for dull stories. You go up afterward and ask what she said.”
Royal editor Camilla Tominey shared that, “Harry has certainly built an emotional fortress around himself and Meghan” because both the Duke and his older brother Prince William, Duke of Cambridge are, “very private people and have tried their best to keep the press at bay ever since their mother’s death. They are extremely protective of their wives and families and will do anything to avoid a repeat of the 80s and 90s when they felt that Princess Diana was hounded.”
We love how protective Prince Harry is of his Mrs.–especially when it comes to her happiness and safety.