Meghan and Harry were married in May at St George's Chapel in Windsor, in a fairytale ceremony observed by millions around the world.
Throughout the months, Meghan has significantly impacted Harry's life, and Prince Charles praised the role of the Duchess in the royal family.
Prince Harry has abandoned some of his old friends after he married Meghan, and the Duchess has had a great influence on Harry's circle of friendship.
It is said that the prince no longer interacts with best friends, Tom Inskip and Astrid Harbord.
Harry has been a friend of Mr. Inskip since they studied at Eton, but apparently no longer mixes with the same crowd.
Mr. Inskip, also known as "Skippy", was with Harry after the Duke of Susex was caught naked in a hotel suite in Las Vegas in 2012.
According to a friend, Harry has "abandoned" Mr. Skippy and shows no signs of returning to his bachelor days.
One informant told the Daily Express: "Like several others who were considered a questionable influence on Harry during his old and bad days as a bachelor, Tom has been eliminated, although now he has a lovely wife, Lara.
"It's all part of Meghan's gentle airbrush to get out of Harry's old gang, she does not want temptation, of any kind, to get in their way while they concentrate on starting a family."
Another friend who marked Harry's list of friends is the public relations guru, Mrs. Harbord, who was close to the prince a few years ago and reportedly also attended Kate's farewell.
Once they gathered in an illegal rave in a disused office building in East London, but apparently the prince no longer responds to their calls.
Meghan and Harry are preparing for their 16-day Australian trip in October.
The royal couple will visit Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand as part of their official tour.
Harry will also host the 2018 Invictus Games in Sydney, where sick and injured veterans will compete in a series of sporting events.
A spokesperson for Kensington Palace said: "The program in these four Commonwealth countries will focus on youth leadership, the environment and conservation efforts, including the dedication of several new projects of Queen & # 39; s Commonwealth Canopy, and the recovery and rehabilitation of soldiers and women through the Invictus Games ". Sydney 2018. "
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he hoped to welcome Prince Harry and Meghan this month.
He said: "Your visit will be an opportunity to promote the incredible achievements of Invictus athletes from around the world and to showcase Australian programs that promote youth leadership, the environment and conservation efforts."