Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's friends have reportedly expressed fears that the couple are toying with the idea of leaving Britain for the sunny climes of LA.
It comes as the Duke of Sussex, 34, has allegedly snubbed plans to take on an estate in Hereforshire, earmarked for him when he was a baby by father Prince Charles, 70.
And with the recent storm of criticism surrounding the pair's private jet usage, friends reportedly fear this may have 'fast-forward' any thoughts of them waving goodbye to the UK.
According to the Mail on Sunday, LA is high on their list of options as "even the most high-profile celebrities can go about their business relatively unnoticed and private jets are normal".
A source claimed to the publication: "In the 1980s, it was decided baby Harry would one day have a family and want to build an estate. Charles has discussed Herefordshire, thinking he’d love it.
"Fast forward to 2019, and that dream seems deeply old-fashioned, not to mention unrealistic."
The newspaper added: "Friends say Meghan and Harry are in ‘victim mode’ and do not feel they need to change their actions, but rather, change the people around them and possibly even the country they call home. They have no wish, for the moment, to take on a stuffy shooting estate."
A spokeswoman for Kensington Palace said they had no comment to make on the claims when contacted by Mirror Online.
Meghan was born at Canoga Park in Los Angeles, and previously admitted that as a "California girl" she lived by the ethos "that most things can be cured with either yoga, the beach, or a few avocados."
If the couple did move to LA, they would also be close to Meghan's mum Doria Ragland, who the Duchess has described as "free-spirited" and praised for raising her as a "global citizen".
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