Britain’s Prince Harry is heartbroken over his split with the Royal Family, but he and his wife, Meghan, are happy in their new lives in the United States, broadcaster and confidant to the couple Tom Bradby said in an interview to be aired on Saturday.

Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, moved to Los Angeles with baby son Archie last year after they gave up their official royal roles following disagreements with other family members and in the face of huge media attention.

“I think he is heartbroken by the situation with his family,” Bradby said in an interview for ITV’s Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh show.

“But are they unhappy out there? No, I don’t think that’s right, I think they are pretty happy actually, but I think they wrestle with their position in life, I think they all do.”

Bradby’s interviews with the couple during a 2019 tour of Africa provided insight into growing tensions within the royal family since their 2018 wedding and the birth of their son, with a tearful Meghan describing the difficulty of being a new mother and dealing with incessant scrutiny.

Harry also admitted to disagreements with his older brother, Prince William, who is second in line to the throne.

“Well, just the situation with the family clearly isn’t ideal and it has been a very difficult year for them all,” Bradby said.

“There are still a lot of hurt feelings on all sides, and it’s very difficult.”

Bradby’s documentary on the couple presaged their decision to step back from all official royal duties in 2020.

Since then, Harry and Meghan have continued their charity work and signed TV and other media deals, launching their debut podcast, Archewell Audio, in December.

They have also pursued several lawsuits against the British press. 

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