Prince Harry won't need to worry about asking where the stationery cupboard is when he starts his new job, a new report claims he will be working from home.
The 36-year-old has been announced as having two new high-profile gigs, but when he starts as "chief impact officer" at mental health firm BetterUp, he won't be getting shown off around the office.
According to The Sun, BetterUp CEO Alexi Robichaux said Harry will not have an office at its San Francisco HQ but will come in when Covid restrictions lift.
He also won't be taking a stash of pens and a framed pic of Meghan and Archie to sit on his desk for his part-time job battling fake news at the Commission on Information Disorder.
But as pointed out by royal biographer Penny Juror, working from home with a toddler running around won't be as stressful for Harry as it has for most Brits.
She said: "There will probably be space for him on the kitchen table. He won’t be tripping over Duplo bricks — I’m sure he can find a room to himself.
"I think it’ll be a lot easier for him than many others who struggle with working from home."
Home for Prince Harry is a nine-bedroom mansion in Montecito in California.
It sits on five acres of land, where he can stretch his legs between Zoom calls; has 16 bathrooms so he will never get bored of looking at the same four walls several times a day; and the 14,500 sq ft pad means that he will have a lot of choice about where to sit and work… assuming he has a router strong enough to beam wifi across the whole pad.
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