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Prince Harry feels he & # 39; better protected & # 39; would have been against the unrest he has had to make in recent months when he was still in the army, sources have claimed.

The Duke of Sussex told friends he & # 39; can't believe & # 39; how & # 39; his life is & # 39; reversed & # 39 ;.

He is said to be the & # 39; camaraderie & # 39; of life in & # 39; misses. Harry was stripped of his military appointments when he and Meghan returned on March 31 as senior royals.

He had to fill roles, including Captain General of the Royal Marines and Honorary Commander of & # 39; a RAF Honington.

Harry – affectionately known as Captain Wales in & # 39; forces – retains the rank of major and noted that he & # 39; his unwavering support to the & # 39; s military community in an unofficial capacity would continue & # 39 ;.

The couple now lives in Los Angeles with their son, Archie, who will be single Wednesday.

Harry – affectionately known as Captain Wales in & # 39; forces – retains the rank of major and noted that he & # 39; his unwavering support to & # 39; the military community in an unofficial capacity would continue & # 39;

Kensington Palace announced in March 2015 that Harry would leave the army after two tours of Afghanistan in a ten-year career. He has told friends he misses the army

Kensington Palace announced in March 2015 that Harry would leave the army after two tours of Afghanistan in a ten-year career. He has told friends he misses the army

Prince Harry wears the uniform of the British Army Parachute Regiment in the garden of Highgrove House in Gloucestershire, July 18, 1986. He is accompanied by his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales

Prince Harry wears the uniform of the British Army Parachute Regiment in the garden of Highgrove House in Gloucestershire, July 18, 1986. He is accompanied by his mother, Diana, Princess of Wales

& # 39; Harry has told friends that he really misses the army and his military appointments, & # 39; a source told The Daily Telegraph. & # 39; He misses the camaraderie of being in & # 39; e forces.

& # 39; He has told friends he still can't believe this has happened. He can't believe his life is reversed.

& # 39; He was in a happy place when & # 39; he served in the Army, then he met Meghan and since then life has been great. But I don't think he predicted that things would turn out just as they did. & # 39;

The source said Harry, 35, doesn't blame Meghan for wanting to return to her hometown, the US, adding: "There is just the feeling that he might have been better protected if he was still in the army was. & # 39;

Kensington Palace announced in March 2015 that Harry would leave the army after two tours of Afghanistan in a ten-year career. The prince said in a statement at the time that he was looking forward to a & # 39; new chapter & # 39 ;, adding that he was at a & # 39; intersection & # 39; was and he left had a & # 39; really difficult decision & # 39; West.

He had previously described military life as & # 39; normal as it will get & # 39; and said, & # 39; I am one of & # 39; e guys. I don't get treated any differently. & # 39;

Harry was stripped of his military appointments when he and Meghan returned on March 31 as senior royals

Harry was stripped of his military appointments when he and Meghan returned on March 31 as senior royals

Prince Harry patrols the abandoned city of Garmisir while he is stationed in Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan

Prince Harry patrols the abandoned city of Garmisir while he is stationed in Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan

His decision to quit followed the launch of Invictus Games in 2014, which gives sick and injured military personnel the opportunity to compete in a Paralympic-style event.

On his decade of service, Harry said, & # 39; From learning to & # 39; a hard way to stay at my color sergeant at Sandhurst, until the incredible people with whom I served on two tours in Afghanistan, will be the experiences I have for the last ten Have spent years with me for the rest of my life. For this I will always be very grateful. & # 39;

Harry's most recent tour of Afghanistan was in 2012, in which he was an Apache helicopter co-pilot and gunner. He was described as a & # 39; exemplary soldier & # 39 ;. His superiors and General Sir Nicholas Carter, Chief of Staff & # 39; General Staff, said he was serving troops on & # 39; e ground & # 39; selfless & # 39; support. He began his senior career in May 2005 as an officer cadet at Sandhurst.

In April 2006, he was commissioned as an Army officer and joined the Household Cavalry (Blues and Royals). He spent late in 2007 in Helmand Province, but media reports forced him to abandon his secret efforts early.

Meanwhile, Meghan helped to coach a young job hunter in Britain in a video call from North America. Footage of their online meeting was posted on social media yesterday by the charity Smart Works.

Meghan, 38, remains patron of & # 39; organization – that & # 39; women help on & # 39; to come to work by giving her a smart interview outfit and coaching – despite quitting her royal duties and moving across the Atlantic with Prince Harry.

The Duchess wore a £ 235 cash-colored cashmere jumper from the British Joseph brand and layers of gold chains, with a blue topaz & # 39; evil eye & # 39; to counteract ill wishes. Speaking to the anonymous British hopeful from what is thought to be her new home in California at the end of March, Meghan praised her as a & # 39; beacon of hope and positivity & # 39 ;.

In a clip shared from her call, Meghan said, & # 39; You seem incredibly confident and prepared. Everyone here is so excited. So when I read what your interests were – you have a big focus in mental health, right? I find that excellent. & # 39;

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