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Prince Harry was spotted enjoying a Fourth of July parade in his adopted hometown of Montecito, Calif. on Tuesday.
The Duke of Sussex — dressed casually in jeans with a green crew shirt and baseball cap — had his hands full holding his 2-year-old daughter, Lilibet.
The little Princess looked adorable in a floral dress with white knee-high socks and red shoes. Her red hair (thank you, daddy) was done up in two cute pigtails.
Shortly after, Meghan Markle, 41, and Prince Archie, 4, were photographed with Harry and Lilibet.
The parade — celebrating America’s independence from Harry’s relatives — was not the first one where he has been photographed.
Two years ago, the Invictus Games founder was photographed taking in a Fourth of July parade in Wyoming alongside Markle, 41, and Archie.
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It’s been a tumultuous time for the stateside royal, 38, and his spouse.
They recently announced that they are cutting ties with Spotify, a scant three years after agreeing to a $20 million deal.
Markle’s podcast, “Archetypes,” won’t be recording a second season, despite launching at the top of the charts last year.
An insider told the NY Post that the couple didn’t produce enough content to justify their full multi-million dollar payout.
In a joint statement, Spotify and Archewell Audio said they have “mutually agreed to part ways and are proud of the series we made together.”
The couple seem to be taking the news in stride having been photographed smiling and holding hands last week.
Another insider claimed the couple considers themselves the victims of bad luck believing that COVID-19, economic doldrums, and the ill health and subsequent deaths of Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth II hampered their attempts to build careers in the private sector.
The two bowed out of senior royal life in January 2020.
However, the pair still have a lucrative deal with Netflix, and Harry’s memoir, “Spare,” broke sales records becoming the fastest-selling non-fiction book of all time.
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