Meghan Markle has reportedly been partying in LA without Prince Harry following rumours of relationship turmoil.
The Duchess of Sussex is a regular guest at California's most lavish bashes but tends to fly solo at the elite events, according to society journalist Petronella Wyatt.
Taking to Twitter, Wyatt said: "Friends of mine who live near them are always bumping into Meghan at parties these days.
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"She tends to leave Harry at home."
The speculation comes after the pair reportedly hit a rough patch in their five-year marriage.
The pair were recently forced to deny allegations that Harry was staying in a secret hotel room away from his wife in a rare public statement, with a representative for the couple slamming the hearsay as "absolutely not true".
And Paul Burrell, Princess Diana's former butler of 10 years, believes the Prince is "finally waking up to the truth" about Meghan – and may be remaining in the marriage for the sake of the couple's two children, Archie and Lilibet.
"Am I the only person in the UK that is thinking, has Harry finally woken up to the truth?" Burrell questioned on GB News.
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"He would want to say in that driving seat to watch his children grow because if he left this relationship now he’d lose his children because she’d keep them in America and he wouldn’t see them."
Burrell, who has known Harry since he was a child, also speculated that the Prince would likely return to the UK in the event of a split from Meghan.
"I have no doubt that when this happens [Prince Harry allegedly leaving his family] because we all know that it will happen, when it does happen he will return to the United Kingdom and I think his father the King, and his brother the Prince of Wales will both greet him back into the country with open arms," he added.
Royal commentator Daniela Elser agreed, writing their relationship had become "rocky and arduous".
"It might only have been five years since their wedding and while I’m sure there have been high highs like the birth of their two children, by their own account it has been a rocky and arduous one for lots of time too," Elser wrote for news.com.au.
"[They] have both become estranged from their families, they have moved countries twice, moved house four times in just over a year, had another baby, gone to the barricades in taking on [a] 1000-year-old institution and had to suddenly start earning a hell of a lot of money and fast to keep the lights on."
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