There’s Only a “Small” Chance Harry Will Be Happy as a Celeb In LA, His Biographer Says

According to Author Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Conversations With The Prince after interviewing the Duke of Sussex for Newsweek in 2017, Harry is unlikely to be happy as a celebrity in Los Angeles.

Per Newsweek, Prince Harry’s chances of being happy as a celebrity in Los Angeles are “very small,” his biographer has told Newsweek.

Author Angela Levin gave the prognosis after Prince Harry was photographed by the paparazzi last week, for the first time since beginning his new U.S. life.

It comes as one Californian photographer revealed some paparazzi are “savages” who will go up to 30mph over the speed limit chasing the stars they wish to photograph.

Levin wrote Harry: Conversations With The Prince after interviewing the Duke of Sussex for Newsweek in 2017.

She said: “They’ve swapped royalty for celebrity.

“Harry, when I interviewed him, said one of the things he absolutely didn’t want to do was be thought of as a celebrity.

“This was after he met Meghan but before they married.

“He explained the difference, that celebrities can pick and choose when they want the press to be there but if you’re a royal you’re on duty 24/7.

“Harry felt an enormous strength to be dutiful and help the Queen and his brother at that time.

“He’s now doing what he most did not want to do.”

A picture agency got images of Harry and Meghan hiking in California near their new home last week, their first encounter since moving to the U.S at the end of March.

The images were published in newspapers in Britain and show the couple with masks over their faces as they walked with their dogs.