Following a difficult year in the business, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are advancing their careers in Hollywood; nevertheless, it appears that the couple may not agree on how to handle Tinseltown, a new report claimed.

"Meghan appears to have moved on to some extent, but then she was only part of the royal family for a relatively short time. She has more to focus on in the States than her husband has,” royal commentator Tom Quinn told The Mirror.

He added that Prince Harry "has a little to do beyond brooding over the past." Tom feels that the veteran is still getting used to life outside the palace walls, even after the Duke of Sussex left the royal family in 2020.

"Given Harry was born into the royal family in Britain, it's understandable that he would have a strong emotional attachment to his past as part of the royal family," the royal commentator explained.

"On the other hand, Meghan was born and raised in America and it would feel more like home to her and so it makes sense that she has an easier time moving on from their time as working members of the royal family and is focused on her opportunities in the U.S.," Tom continued.

Tom observed that although though the Sussexes came from diverse backgrounds, the royal pair is still able to support one another.

"As a couple, they may be able to navigate these differences and find ways to support each other in their respective pursuits. It could simply be a matter of balancing individual ambitions with their shared commitment as a married couple,” Tom concluded.

Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams speculated that Prince Harry and Meghan want to become the American version of Victoria and David Beckham, OK Magazine.

"The Beckhams are probably everything that Harry and Meghan would like to be. You can't compare Harry and Meghan to the Beckhams,” Richard stated.

The Beckhams are "international superstars," in Richard's opinion, whereas Prince Harry and Meghan are still attempting to mend their reputation after being called a "Hollywood flop."

"This is the thing the Beckhams have not only survived, they've thrived," he noted.

During the early years of their decades-long romance, David and Victoria's romance became public fodder, and they still hold the attention of people.

"The Beckhams and the Sussexes aren't comparable — they aren't on the same level. There isn't a modest comparison other than the superficial, because you've got those who've basically survived decades — and they're absolutely huge,. So I don't think there's any possibility of Harry and Meghan resembling that level," Richard explained.

Despite the decline of their approval rating in the U.K., Prince Harry and Meghan admitted they're enjoying living in California.

"We’re just doing great. And happy to be watching our family grow up and evolve. Of course, I'm happy. We're really happy," Meghan admitted.

"You know what Africa means to me over the years. It is a very, very special place, and to be able to include Nigeria now [in the Invictus Games], I’m very happy. That experience of knowing what life, post-injury, is like gives people so much hope. And hope, hope, hope is a huge part of this,” Prince Harry noted.