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Prince Harry's Longtime Friend Reveals How The Duke Of Sussex Is Doing In Canada: "He has suffered a lot"

Prince Harry's longtime friend Nacho Figueras revealed how the Duke of Sussex is doing in Canada: "He has suffered a lot"
January 30, 2020 - 09:01 / Laura Pérez

Prince Harry's longtime friend, polo player Nacho Figueras, revealed how the Duke of Sussex is doing in Canada, following his decision of stepping back from his royal duties. He says Harry has suffered a lot in the past years, and that he is only trying to protect his family. Get all the details here... 

Prince Harry is now in Canada after he and Meghan decided to step back from their royal duties. Now, according to ET Canada, Harry's longtime friend Nacho Figueras, has spoken about it. The 42-year-old Argentinian polo player, who was actually one of the first to meet baby Archie, said that Harry decided to step down for the sake of his family, and revealed how the Duke of Sussex is doing in the North American country.

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Prince Harry's friend Nacho Figueras says the Duke of Sussex has suffered a lot

Prince Harry and Nacho Figueras have been friends for more than ten years, no wonder why the also model knows Harry really well. He considers his decision of moving to Canada will only protect his family, "He has suffered a lot for all the things that have happened to him. He wants to live a normal life, as normal as his life is going to be."

Then he added:

"When you have 1,000 paparazzi outside your house in Canada waiting to get one picture of your son, that's not normal. "He was the son of someone who suffered attacks from the press and it's undeniable. He doesn't want for that to happen for his family."

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Prince Harry and Nacho Figueras at the end of the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup, Rome, Italy, 2019

Earlier this year, Harry and Meghan expressed their desire to become financially independent. Although the Queen would have preferred them to remain as members of the royal family, she respects and supports their decision.