Does Prince Harry Call The US Or The UK His True Home?

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left their royal titles behind and moved to the Los Angeles area in January 2020. But Being stripped of their titles that hasn't stopped them from getting new special honors in the United States, like an NAACP Image Award in February 2022. The couple received the President's Award in recognition of "the work they've done over the last two years through their Archewell Foundation, including focusing on global vaccine equity, women's equality, and the Black Lives Matter movement," according to Vanity Fair.

Yes, this former royal pair appears to be thriving. They have even been spotted out recently at various Los Angeles restaurants, bars, and gyms. Could it be that they are finally getting settled and happy in the United States? We could say that it does based on the fact that they appear to be comfortable in public, but that would just be a best guess. It's confusing because the prince and Meghan are also making rare public appearances in England, like at the Invictus Games and visiting Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth.

This all makes us question whether Harry sees the U.S. or the U.K. as his true home. 

Prince Harry tells the Today show what country he calls home

In an interview with Hoda Kotb on TODAY show, Prince Harry revealed what country, between the U.S. and the U.K. he considers his true home. "Home for me, for the time being is in the States and it really feels that way as well," he told the outlet. "We've been welcomed with open arms, and it's got such a great community up in Santa Barbara."

Even though the prince is calling the United States his true home, he still has mostly positive things to say about grandmother and the fact that he misses his brother, Prince William and his father, Prince Charles.

"Being with [the queen], it was great," Harry told the TODAY show. "It was just so nice to see her ... She's on great form." When Kotb asked Harry if he had any discomfort with calling the United States his home, he responded with a resounding, "No," followed with "but I am sure it will become a thing."

Oh yeah ... it's a thing now.