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That's why her mother is now moving to the villa

That's why her mother is now moving to the villa

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry live in a villa in Santa Barbara with their children. Now Doria Ragland is moving in, too.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry with mom Doria Ragland. – Corner stone

The basics in a nutshell

  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry can count on their mother's support.
  • And now Doria Ragland is moving into the villa.

A real stroke of luck or is the house just burning down?

One thing is certain: Prince Harry, 39, and Meghan Markle, 42, will be getting a new roommate. This is Megan's mother Doria Ragland.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and their mother Doria Ragland at a previous event in New York. – Corner stone

The 67-year-old is now said to have moved into Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's beautiful guest house.

Meghan Markle can count on her mother's support

A source in the British Express newspaper said: “Doria looks fierce.” “But she's almost 70 and she's tired of the car rides from her house to her daughter and grandchildren.”

A win-win situation for everyone involved? Yes.

Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland get along very well. – Getty Images

Because Doria Ragland doesn't just have a problem with her daughter, Meghan Markle. She is also very popular with her grandchildren, Prince Archie (4) and Princess Lilibet (2).

“Doria was Meghan's rock in the waves last year. Not only was she there for her daughter, but she also enjoyed taking care of her grandchildren.

Prince Harry with his son Archie and Meghan Markle. -Netflix

For someone else, it should come at the right time when the family gets a little closer together. Prince Harry is said to have a special relationship with his mother-in-law.

No wonder the former prince abandoned his hometown of London. King Charles III (75) was unable to see his grandchildren in person at all last year…

Doria and her brother-in-law, Prince Harry. – Getty Images

“Harry loves being a mum,” the source continued. “So he finds it very refreshing to have Doria there.”

Additionally, Doria serves as a “welcome distraction” for Harry from his strained relationship with his royal relatives.

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“Harry appreciates the warmth and kindness that Doria brings to the family.”

“He doesn't get that from his family. She thinks it's important for the kids to be close to their grandmother.”

Royal commentator Michael Cole just said this to B News. “I think the king feels hurt because he doesn't see his grandchildren in California. “It is natural for every grandfather to want to see his grandchildren.”

“The fact that he does not see Archie and Lilibet and this is not his wish bothers him. It will be a long time before Prince Harry returns to the country with his children.