A spokesperson for Prince Harry has denied rumors that the Duke of Sussex has a secret room at a luxury hotel in Los Angeles that he uses to escape from his wife, Meghan Markle.
The rumors were first reported by The Sun, which claimed that Harry has a private room “set aside” at the San Vicente Bungalows, a members-only club in West Hollywood. The outlet alleged that Harry uses the room as a “place to get away” from Markle and their two children, Archie and Lilibet.
However, Harry’s spokesperson has dismissed the rumors, saying that they are “not true.” The spokesperson added that Harry and Markle are “very happy together” and that they have “a strong and loving marriage.”
The San Vicente Bungalows is a popular celebrity hangout spot and is known for its strict privacy policies. Guests are not allowed to take photos or videos inside the club and are asked to sign a confidentiality agreement.
It is unclear why the rumors about Harry’s secret room started. However, it is possible that they were fueled by the couple’s recent decision to step back from their royal duties and move to the United States. The move has been met with mixed reactions, with some people supporting the couple’s decision to seek a more independent life and others criticizing them for abandoning their royal obligations.
Despite the rumors, Harry and Markle seem to be enjoying their new life in California. They have been spotted out and about in Los Angeles on several occasions and have been making public appearances to promote their various projects.
It remains to be seen whether the rumors about Harry’s secret room will have any lasting impact on the couple’s relationship. However, for now, Harry’s spokesperson has made it clear that the rumors are “not true.”