Meghan Markle and Prince Harry "may never find" a better life in the United States. An expert speculated that the couple might not be happy after all, according to The International News.

Speaking to Closer, Duncan Larcombe explained his insight on the matter, adding that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could return to the United Kingdom. He cited the previous allegations that the pair are making "private inquiries" as they try to sell their home in Montecito as his base reason.

The royal biographer stated that if the reports are true, then "it is a big red flag in terms of how happy they are" in their new life outside the British Monarchy. He, later on, deemed the potential relocation of the former working royals "interesting."

Earlier this month, sources alleged that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle want to move out of their million-dollar mansion in California. They are not "over the moon" about it, leading them to their decision to sell the property, according to Mirror UK.

It was claimed that they are not "thrilled" about their home, and they do not like its location. This is why they reportedly made it known that they are "open to private offers."

The same insiders pointed out, though, that the house will not be on the market. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to have only shown the place to "people who are confirmed with funds, and are serious buyers."

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have yet to make a comment about the matter. They have not confirmed or denied the assertions as if they are not acknowledging the reports.

This, then, makes the claims questionable as no proof has come to light. Whatever the case, though, it appears that they are the only ones who can verify the story.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry purchased their mansion for $14.65 million. Reports said they secured a mortgage, amounting to $9.5 million, to acquire the property.

The family of then-three moved into the 7.4-acre estate in July of 2020, according to Harper's Bazaar. But, it was not until a month later that a spokesperson for the Sussex Royals confirmed their relocation.

The house has 16 bathrooms, a private playground, and a tea house. There is, also, reportedly an office, a library, a spa, a cinema room, an arcade room, a wine cellar, and a garage that can fit five cars.