Prince Harry Reportedly Went Missing For Two Days, Struggles With Unhappiness

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, meet cast and crew, including U.S. singer-songwriter Beyonce and her husband, U.S. rapper Jay-Z, as they attend the European premiere of the film The Lion King in London, Britain July 14, 2019. (Photo: Niklas Halle'n/Pool via REUTERS)

Unknown to the public, Prince Harry went off the radar and was out of reach for two days following the polo match with his brother, Prince William. Reports revealed that the Duke of Sussex deliberately went missing as he was struggling with some issues that are causing unhappiness in his life.

According to New Idea, the polo match was supposed to help Prince Harry, and Prince William shut down rumors about their alleged feud. However, playing against his brother may have only worsened the resentment Prince Harry has towards his older brother, who was said to have spoken up about his younger brother's relationship with Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex. 

An unnamed source said that after the polo match, Prince Harry turned off his phone and ditched his bodyguards. According to observers, the Duke of Sussex looked uptight during the polo match and appeared to have a lot on his mind when he was photographed with his wife and son. 

"He was impossible to trace. Of course, no one knew what was going on, and everyone was worried something terrible had happened," the source said. 

The polo match came a week after the private baptism of their son, Archie Harrison. The Sussex royals received some criticisms for keeping this family affair off the public eye, which was the sole decision of Prince Harry.

Adding to his inner turmoil, Prince Harry is also reportedly stressing over his wife's upcoming gig for Vogue magazine. This job has Prince Harry on the edge, the source said, as Meghan could write personal details about their life.  

The Daily Mail reported that the Duchess of Sussex has been having talks with Anna Wintour for her regular column, which will be published in the magazine's the U.S. and U.K. circulation. There are plans for her to publish her first guest column in the September issue. 

However, Prince Harry and Meghan were all smiles as they attended the London premiere of  Disney's The Lion King live-action adaptation. They exchanged pleasantries with the cast and crew, which included Beyonce, who has been expressing her support and celebrating Meghan's biracial heritage on her Instagram. 

Beyonce told Meghan that she loves the Sussex couple and that she thinks baby Archie is a beautiful boy, per Telegraph. Beyonce's husband, Jay-Z, on the other hand, also advised the Duchess of Sussex always to find time as a couple. 

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