For the first time since his decision to leave the British royal family for what it is and to move to Canada with his wife Meghan Markle, the British prince Harry spoke publicly about his decision on Sunday evening.
In The Ivy Chelsea Garden, a chic club in London, Prince Harry (35) spoke to a select group of invitees for Sentebale, a charity organisation that cares about the fate of children with HIV in Lesotho and Botswana.
The prince wanted to discuss the elephant in the room first. “I want you to hear the truth from me as much as I can share.
Not like a prince or a duke, but like Harry. The same person that many of you have seen growing up over the last 35 years, but now with a clearer perspective. “
“The UK will always be my home,” said the prince. “But there was no other option than to move to Canada.”