Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently facing a lot of resentment not only from the British tabloid but also from the public.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made headlines last week for working with a US-based public relations agency. It was reported that they want to reestablish their public reputation following what was labeled to be a "summer of scandal."
Sunshine Sachs, prominent for crisis management, was hired to help inaugurate the pair's foundation in the United States.
One current scandal is on taking multiple private jets this summer. Prince Harry faced hypocrisy comments after chartering flight six times this summer while launching an eco-friendly project and urging the public to watch their carbon footprint.
Here are some of their miles which created more than the usual amount of carbon emission on the flights:
In July 2018, the couple had a joint official visit to Ireland. They used a private jet.
A month later, they went on an Italian holiday with George and Amal Clooney in a private jet.
In October 2018, they had a mix of scheduled and chartered flights to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, and Tonga.
In February 2019, they had scheduled flights to Morocco, and the Duchess of Sussex took a solo New York trip on a private jet.
In July 2019, he had a solo visit to Google on a private jet.
In May 2019, the family went to Ibiza on a private jet.
Launching the new eco-tourism project "Travalyst" in Amsterdam, the Duke of Sussex's new project aims to make traveling environmental. It also hopes to protect travel destinations and educate travelers to make more environment-friendly decisions.
Harry addressed the rumors about why he and Meghan took private jets, saying: "There needs to be an opportunity based on a unique circumstance to ensure that my family is safe."
After their African tour, which was well-received, Harry released a statement announcing that he will be taking legal actions against tabloids like The Daily Mail, The Daily Mirror, The Sun and Mail on Sunday. This action may seem like a move to protect his family, especially Meghan, but he did not confer a single person with royal duties about it.
An anonymous source revealed to Us Weekly that the couple wants to move to Canada since it's part of the Commonwealth. The UK tabloids' have started to hurt Meghan, and Harry was worried it could affect their marriage if they remained silent.
"Harry is worried that the recent escalation of press intrusion has an impact on his relationship with Meghan, as well as their relationship with the royal family and the public," the Us Weekly source said.
Transferring is an option for the Sussexes, and they are reportedly contemplating it for the future.
Meghan lived in Toronto while filming Suits, so it would be something like a homecoming for the former actress.
Whether it will happen or not remains to be seen. Besides, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex continue to be dedicated to their royal duties in the United Kingdom.
Friends of the couple told Elle that Meghan is taking her Royal duties very seriously and is now very mindful of royal practices. That's why she appeared at Trooping the Colour just weeks after her childbirth. She did it out of respect and obedience for the Queen.