Sussexes, you could have had it all in exchange for three simple ...

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Sussexes, you could have had it all in exchange for three simple things

The Brits will always have their royal family’s backs, but there are some things they will not forgive

Celia Walden

Do you hear that sound? That wincingly high-pitched lament drifting across the Atlantic all the way from Los Angeles? It’s the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, sitting on the terrace of their Beverly Hills mansion, playing the world’s smallest violins.

In the three-and-a-half months that the pair have been holed up in Tyler Perry’s $18m (about R300m) villa, all we’ve heard are plaintive noises.

In April the prince’s primatologist friend, Dr Jane Goodall, said Harry was “finding life a bit challenging right now”. Within weeks, a royal expert backed this up, saying Harry was “struggling” and “at a loss without any structure in his life”...

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