Prince Harry is, allegedly, struggling to adjust to his new life as a non-royal and handling his 9-5 corporate job in the United States (US).
According to gossipcop, the Duke of Sussex may be feeling overwhelmed as he takes on project after project as he had taken on the role of Chief Impact Officer at the company BetterUp.
However, that is not it – the Duke and his wife Meghan Markle have also signed deals with Spotify and Netflix. Harry is also in the process of developing a documentary about the Invictus Games Foundation. Not only that, but the former royal has also been appointed as a commissioner at the nonprofit Aspen Institute.
“It’s all rather overwhelming for him. Harry gets flustered about the smallest of things, so it’s hard to imagine him successfully multitasking with all of these jobs. He’s also just not the sharpest tool in the shed,” an inside source spills to the tabloid.
Despite his ten years of service in the army, “until recently, he had never even heard of a 401(k),” says the source. “He finds the numbers on his pay slip super confusing.” Harry’s new schedule was also giving him some trouble, the insider explains, “Harry is definitely not a 9-to-5 office desk kind of guy. So far, one of the things he likes is that the hours are flexible with his new gigs.”
Gossip Cop investigated and debunked the claims made by the tabloid by saying that ‘The magazine calls Harry’s intelligence into question multiple times, calling him “kinda dumb” and insisting he is “not the sharpest tool in the shed.” Obviously there’s no evidence to support these claims, and are blatant attacks on his character.’
‘It’s clear the duke is taking on plenty of projects, and it’s reasonable to assume anyone in his position might be a bit overwhelmed. That being said, it seems Harry is handling his many projects with grace.’