Meghan & Harry Might Be On The Verge Of Losing Their Spark - See Why
The Duke & Duchess of Sussex are not new to our timeline, but the past months have had the couple spend more time on their individual projects than together.
While you may get to see either Meghan or Harry at a social event, it’s harder to find them at the same place together these days.
These recent updates are worrisome, and even an expert seems to agree as she analyzed how the couple might become ‘too comfortable’ without each other if this continues.
Harry’s solo trip to Texas for the U.S. Grand Prix further confirms the ongoing speculations. At the beginning of their marriage, the couple were known for their admirable intimacy - you could almost not miss their presence at events, holding hands and fulfilling their royal obligations.
It is surprising to find out the Hollywood actress Meghan Markle was not with her husband for the Texas event, and this had been a routine ever since both parties began to nurture their interests in individual projects.
Meghan was newly signed to a WME talent agency in Las Vegas, and she’s been spending a lot of time at the Beverly Hills Hotel ever since she decided to commit to her Hollywood comeback. Although Harry seems to support her new pursuit, it is still uncertain if their newfound interests will not cause a drift in their marriage in the coming years.
The Couple Might Become ‘Too Comfortable’ With Their Separate Lives, Relationship Expert Louella Alderson Warns
In a recent interview with The Mirror, a relationship expert, Louella Alderson, spoke on the recent developments between the couples and how it may impact their marriage.
She explained that their new projects and separate schedules would indeed give them time to self-reflect and work on their individual development. Still, it’s a tricky slope that might soon cause them to drift apart and affect their marriage if not properly managed. She believes their time apart may make them adapt to separate lives and become ‘too comfortable’ with the new arrangement.
"There is a danger with living apart that one or both partners can become too comfortable with their separate lives and drift further apart. That's why it's crucial for couples to have regular check-ins and make sure they are still prioritising their relationship despite living separately," Alderson warned.
From Counsellor Alderson’s analysis of the couple’s separate lives and its effect on a healthy marriage, it appears the new arrangement might have two likely outcomes.
The couple may either come out of this phase stronger and as better versions of themselves, or they would soon start to drift apart and lose the spark that was admired between them at the beginning of their marriage.
The relationship expert & co-founder of the So Syncd dating app advised the couple to maximize their time apart and do a self-reflection that enables them to be a better version of themselves and navigate their marriage better rather than allow this time to weaken their marriage.
"Harry and Meghan could be taking this approach to address any underlying relationship issues and strengthen their bond in the long-run. It can be a healthy and mature way to approach any struggles in a marriage," she explained.
Every couple has had to navigate different seasons in their marriage, and studies have proven that there’s no one-rule-fits-all approach to marriage.
Since each marriage is unique, couples have to seek out ways to build and strengthen their marriages constantly. We hope Harry & Meghan never lose their spark and will become a better and stronger couple from this experience.