Quickly backing up, Rob requested not to "quote him" but to him as a casual observer, it did look like Prince Harry had grown his hair very long and was pulled back very tightly by a ponytail.
James was quick to cast doubt over Rob's apparent sighting, insisting he must have mistaken another man for Harry.
"A ponytail? I'm certain that isn't true", he protested, adding he believed that Rob had confused the Prince for someone else.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle currently reside in California with their son Archie 1
Corden was quite skeptical about the revelation (as were we) and suggested to Lowe that perhaps it wasn't Prince Harry at all.
"I don't think Meghan will come back".
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"It was him because I have to say". Then Rob recalled that he recently saw the Duke driving around the Montecito neighbourhood in LA.
A Page Six report had speculated that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would fly back to England for Queen Elizabeth II's birthday in June. "Oh no, it was him because I have to say-I followed him to the house to see if the vehicle went in", Lowe admitted. 'He's been very reclusive.
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It was important we got a win soon. "We got the luck we deserved and saw it through". "Everyone has written us off, the pressure is off".
'Seeing him in the neighbourhood is like seeing the Loch Ness Monster, and I finally saw him.
Since then, the couple have lived in three different homes: first, a secluded property on the exclusive Vancouver Island in Canada, from which they moved to Tyler Perry's sprawling Beverly Hills mansion, which they resided in for several months before settling down in their own Montecito home.
It's been a year since Harry and Meghan exited the royal firm.
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