AceShowbiz - Following her royal wedding to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle's life has drastically changed. The new royal seems to be adjusting fine with her new life as a royal, but a new report suggests that the former "Suits" actress is often sighted alone at her and Harry's country house in the Oxfordshire village.
"There never seems to be anyone with her except a cop following at a discreet distance," a local claims. "She does not seem unhappy but she does seem very solitary."
The source adds that there rarely seems to be visitors to their house. In addition, the Duchess of Sussex is seen more often with people from Harry's circle of buddies instead of hers when the couple does venture out to nearby Soho Farmhouse with friends.
Meghan is said to be bonding well with Victoria Adams a.k.a. Victoria Beckham. However, it's hard for her to spend time with the model/singer since the latter is living a more hectic life. Previous report suggested that Meghan "has lost touch with some of her close friends from before the wedding, which has been tough." The source added, "She's finding it hard to know who to trust."
Being lonely apparently isn't the only thing that makes her new life challenging. It's reported that some of Harry's elite friends have issues with her, or more specifically her politics, according to Lady Colin Campbell, a friend of the late Princess Diana's "with good contacts among the wider family."
Campbell says, "She is ultra-liberal and that trendy-lefty stuff does not go down well with some of Harry's friends." The Duke of Sussex allegedly "has introduced her to them all at parties and weddings and private dinners, but she is very anti- a lot of the things that their world functions upon, such as shooting."
Being an animal rights advocate, Meghan is believed by many to be the reason Harry reportedly skipped the royal family's regular grouse hunt for the past two years. Harry himself is known as an accomplished marksman. During the annual Boxing Day shoot at Sandringham last December, the prince reportedly killed 15 wild boars.
Of solitary nature of being a royal, Campbell explains, "Everybody discovers after marrying into the royal family how solitary and arduous an existence it can be. Meghan has already begun to discover this." However, it is said that the royal family members are embracing Meghan as Kate Middleton and Meghan speak on the phone regularly. Beatrice and Eugenie, additionally, have also been friendly to the Duchess.