“I just think they have so much more freedom as royals.
“They are able to meet with who they want.
Ms Smith added: “They’re charting their own territory which I respect.
“I think we all have seen the freedom they now have.
“Harry working with Oprah on a mental health series.
“They’re charting their own water their way and at their pace which I think is what they wanted ultimately.”
She said: “The five-minute cue happened four different times and then they said two minutes.
“At one point everyone got really, really quiet because we saw a couple of other media people and we were like, ‘who are they and why are they in front of the line?’
“That’s when we realised it really is two minutes because this is their photographers and their media people because none of us knew them.”
Harry, who has just carried out a trip to the city with the Duchess of Sussex, will be back on the East Coast for the Salute to Freedom gala at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum on November 10.
The event, held aboard the historic aircraft carrier Intrepid, comes the day before Armistice Day in the UK, known as Veterans Day in the US.
Harry, who served in the British Army for a decade, was stripped of his honorary military roles post-Megxit.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK