Going from an American way of life to that of a British aristocrat is not easy – and few people would know it better than Julie Montagu, also known as Viscountess Hinchingbrooke. As an American who married a blue-blooded Briton, the London ladies star has a unique insight into the situation of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Montagu – about to host a new series on the Smithsonian Channel, Guide of an American aristocrat on the great domains—Has shared his observations on the royal couple with People, noting that Meghan had so much influence on Harry. “I think Meghan slightly Americanized Harry. I love it,” she said.
Indeed, Harry might find an American perspective useful. “I always say that when you meet an American, you know his life story within 24 hours,” said Montagu recently City and country. “We are very open emotionally, which I think for Harry is actually a very good thing. He will be able to talk about his feelings, probably more than he has been able to talk about here.
The viscountess also defended their recent move to L.A., although she admitted that she thought they would stay in Canada. “Anywhere is more private than being a member of the royal family in Britain,” said Montagu People. “Now that the dust has settled with their move and they have given up their HRH titles – they are now ready to be normal. I think they will keep their [new] very, very private house regarding photos. “
And the disadvantage of giving up these titles? “I think some people think that Harry will miss his royal functions and his lifestyle, and I mean, he might miss some parts of it,” said Montagu. “But I think that’s what Harry always wanted – an escape.”
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