Prince Harry leaves Meghan Markle at home to attend Super Bowl with Princess Eugenie as he gets into America lifeFebruary 14, 2022
PRINCE Harry was spotted at the Super Bowl with Princess Eugenie – but Meghan was nowhere to be seen.
The Prince languished with his royal cousin in a private box at LA's Crypto Stadium Sunday night as the Cincinnati Bengals took on the LA Rams, losing 20-23.
The cousins – who are famously very good friends – enjoyed half-time entertainment from hip-hop legends Dr Dre, Snoop Dogg and Mary J Blige.
The game was also attended by a whole host of other baseball-loving celebs, including Kendall Jenner, Ryan Reynolds, LeBron James, Kevin Hart, Charlize Theron, Rebel Wilson, Ellen DeGenerous, and Justin and Hailey Bieber.
The NFL UK Twitter account shared a picture of the sporty royals, captioned: "Prince Harry and Princess Eugenie in the house at #SBLVI."
But some social media users initially mistook Eugenie, 31, for Meghan Markle, 40, who lives nearby to the Los Angeles stadium with Harry, 37, and their two children, Archie, two, and baby Lillibet.
It is unusual that the red-headed Prince is spotted out and about without his American-born wife after the Suxxeses dramatically quit royal life two years ago.
The couple packed up and moved into an £11 million California mansion after stepping down as Senior Working Royals in a bid for more privacy.
And Harry has been soaking up the culture, becoming fully immersed in US life – with some pals even claiming he has picked up an American accent.
The former soldier also sparked rumours in 2020 that he could become a US citizen when he commented on not being able to vote in "THIS" election.
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Since leaving, Harry has penned an explosive memoir – set to be released close to Christmas – that it is feared will lay bare his feelings about step-mum Camilla.
The imminent spilling of the details of his strained relationship with Camilla, 74, were revealed this weekend, just a week after the Queen confirmed Charles's wife WOULD effectively become Queen when he takes over.
The monarch, 95, made the announcement over her 70th Jubilee – which Meghan and Harry did not appear to publicly congratulate her on, despite Meg's dad, Thomas Markle, popping over a message of support to his daughters gran-in-law.
Earlier this month, Harry discussed how he had "burned the candle at both ends" before learning how to meditate – but still experiences "really hard days".
The Duke of Sussex said his "lessons from the universe" feel like a "superpower" during a talk for company BetterUp.
The US firm employed him as chief impact officer last year.
Appearing alongside friend Serena Williams, Harry – who lives in an £11million mansion in exclusive Montecito – admitted there are things he'd "love to be able to do".
However, he says he doesn't have enough "time in the day" because of the "stresses of life".
"I too experience burn-out," he said.
"I'm burning the candle at both ends and that's like, boom.
"That's when you're forced to look inside yourself."
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