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NY Post
New York Post
12 Aug 2023

NextImg:Prince Harry’s solo trip to Japan shows Meghan Markle ‘trusts’ him: expert

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s bond will never be broken, according to one love guru.

A relationship expert believes the royal couple’s marriage is still tight and has a “strong foundation of trust” — despite persistent divorce rumors.

Kate Mansfield has given her thoughts to the Mirror, saying the Duke of Sussex’s recent rip to Japan without Markle shows that the two have faith in each other.

Mansfield said that the former actress’s decision to stay at their home in Montecito, Calif. with their kids Archie and Lilibet is a “sign of two individuals who are comfortable being independent from one another.”

Mansfield explained that people in relationships should strive to have some independence to help grow separate interests and goals.

She noted that couples spending time apart when appropriate “may reflect their understanding and support for each other’s professional or personal endeavors.”

Indeed, Harry was pictured having a grand old time with his pal Nacho Figueras in Tokyo last week for the International Sports Promotion Society (ISPS) Sports Values – Summer Edition summit.

Prince Harry chats with friend Nacho Figueras after the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup at the Singapore Polo Club on Aug. 12.

Mansfield said the decision for Harry to jet to Japan alone was made possible through healthy open communication.

She also suggested that the trip was “an opportunity for Meghan and Harry to have a conversation about their future goals, the balance of their individual pursuits, and how they can continue to support and strengthen their relationship while pursuing their own interests.”

Harry and the “Suits” star made the move to California in 2020 after taking a step back as senior members of the royal family.

Harry and Meghan
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex married in 2018 and now live in Montecito, Calif.
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While the duo have made their West Coast abode a homely place to raise their two young kids, Harry has also revealed another place he’d “happily live” in.

“I’ve been involved in many charities for most of my life and I get a huge amount of fulfillment giving back to as many people as possible,” he told the audience at the event on Aug. 9. “My life is charity, always has been, always will be.”

“Your warmth, your compassion, your generosity, every single element of the Japanese culture is really unique and very, very special,” the father of two went on.

“I noticed it my first visit four years ago when I came for the Rugby World Cup. And I would happily live here if you’d have me.”