Prince Harry said he misses army and feels that his life has been turned upside down. He was forced to give up his military roles after he and Meghan decided to step down as senior royals and leave the Royal Family.
According to The Telegraph, the Duke of Sussex has reportedly admitted to his pals that he cannot believe what has happened in the past few months.
Harry has told friends he is really missing the camaraderie of being in the forces, where they used to call him "Captain Wales," especially that he lost all his military titles since the Megxit date of March 31.
Since the prince and his wife announced they are stepping down as senior royals in January, he was forced to give up all his military titles including Captain General of Marines, Honorary Air Commandant Royal Air Force Honington, and Commodore-in-Chief of Small Ships and Diving.
In a hard-toned statement reflecting the Sussexes' agreement with the Queen, Prince Harry and wife Meghan said the Duke will keep his "Major" title, and will maintain a constant support for the British military community without an official role.
The couple currently lives in Los Angeles with their son Archie who will turn one on Wednesday.
A source familiar with the matter revealed that "Harry was so happy during his service in the British army, then he met Meghan and had an amazing life, but I believe that things didn't go as he wished."