Prince Harry has apparently grown his hair during the lockdown and now sports a ponytail, if claims of his neighbor, actor Rob Lowe, are to be believed.
Speaking on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Lowe revealed that he "finally" saw the Duke of Sussex driving in Montecito. The actor said that he actually lives just a mile away from Harry, but he's been so elusive to everyone that Lowe said it's just like the Loch Ness monster.
Lowe went on to say that it was just a quick moment, but he thinks Harry has grown his hair to tie into a ponytail. Corden, however, wasn't convinced that Meghan Markle's husband changed his looks. The late-night host is friends with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and was invited to their wedding in 2018 at Windsor.
Corden challenged Lowe and said that he likely didn't see Harry at all. However, the actor attested that it was his royal neighbor because he made sure that the car drove inside their Montecito property.
Harry and Meghan bought their first home in the affluent neighborhood during the summer or four months after they arrived in California. In March, the Sussexes performed their last royal duties for the Queen and British monarchy after they declared that they no longer want to be working royals and would like to be financially independent of the Sovereign Grant.
The couple took out a mortgage to pay for the $14-million mansion, which has nine bedrooms and its own outdoor playground for their son, Archie Harrison. Sources close to the Sussexes said that this house will be their permanent home. It's where Harry and Meghan plan to set their roots, thus negating any plans for the couple to return as working royals.
On March 2021, Queen Elizabeth will review Harry and Meghan's arrangement but there will be no face-to-face meetings involved due to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Daily Mail, Harry won't be flying back to London for this review.
In January 2020, Harry and Meghan rocked the royal family with their resignation from The Firm. Queen Elizabeth called an emergency summit with Prince Charles and Prince William to discuss the Sussex pair's plans.
In the end, the Queen supported her grandson's decision to give up his royal duties as he and Meghan secured commercial deals in the United States. However, royal courtiers said that there had been some concerns about how fast the pair have signed massive deals with Netflix and Spotify. This will apparently be discussed during the review, along with Harry's military roles.