model Florence St George (née Brudenell-Bruce) recently opened up about her brief romance with Prince harry and what he felt was “lucky” that it was only a matter of time, after previously admitting that the press review was “horrible.”
“A new story appears almost every day in the press, my school friends are interrogated and there are photographers outside my door,” Florence, 35, said. Stella Magazine, according to Daily Mail, about his brief relationship with the Duke of Sussex, 37, which lasted two months in 2011. “I take my hat off to people who can cope with that lifestyle, but I know I can’t can. Although it was sad at the time, I felt lucky that the relationship did not last long. ”
Florence (aka Flea) also revealed that she struggles with dealing with the media and has her “privacy [end] suddenly, ”according to Independent.
In 2020, Florence told the Seasons that his relationship with Prince Harry, even in his short life, was “terrible.”
“When I look at it for five, six, seven days-we’ve been together longer than that but that’s how long it’s been in the press-what it feels like to be under that focus I can see which was very scary and I made a decision. quickly it wasn’t right for me, ”he said at the time.
The former model who became a ceramicist added that the limelight “has left [her] with complete fear of the camera and anxiety. ”
After the Duke’s wedding Meghan Markle in May 2018, the couple left their royal office in January 2020. UK media culture, described by Harry in a May 2021 statement as one of the “exploitation and immorality” that ultimately killed [of his mother, Princess Diana,]”Was a big part of the couple’s decision to leave.
“We all know what the British press can do, and it’s damaging my mental health,” Harry said. The Late Late Show on February 25, 2021, while discussing his decision to move away from London. “I mean, it’s poisonous. That’s why I do what any husband would do and what any father would do.
During Apple TV docuseries The Me You Can’t See, released in May 2021, Duke says “history repeats itself” and that his mother was “persecuted to her death while she was in a relationship with a non-white man.”
“They won’t stop forever [Meghan] die, ”he said at the time.
Florence goes on to marry the multi-millionaire Henry St George, the vice president of the Grand Bahama Port Authority, in July 2013. The couple has two children, they are Iris, 5, and Jimmy, 3.