PRINCE Harry and wife Meghan Markle are loving their new family of four with son Archie, 2, and baby Lilibet, but they are experiencing the "challenge" of finding that illusive work-life balance, revealed Meghan's make-up artist Daniel Martin.
In an interview with People magazine, the Duchess' friend claimed the family had "struck a rhythm as a foursome".
Meghan, 39, has recently been lobbying the US Congress in an attempt to get them to introduce paid family leave for Americans.
Daniel said: "It's about finding that work-life balance now. They're experiencing it themselves."
The couple, who have largely been on parental leave since the birth of six-month-old Lilibet in June, currently live in a $14million mansion in California.
The couple's work has been under question recently as their £18million Spotify deal has so far only seen them produce 35 minutes of content.
The pair also have a Netflix contract that industry insiders claim could be worth as much as £100million.
Back in March this year Prince Harry announced that he had taken on a corporate role for a Silicon Valley start up as their "chief impact officer".
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While the salary for this job is unknown, it's thought similar positions would be offered a six or seven-figure salary.
In addition to these ventures the family also have several book deals – worth up to £29million.
But even with these huge deals, make-up artist Daniel said the couple were "funny" when he saw them to do Meghan's make-up for the gala at the Intrepid Museum in November.
Daniel said: "Harry jokes around a lot, and Meghan is really funny. It was nice to have those belly laughs again!
"They are loving life as a family of four. They've struck a rhythm as a foursome.
"It's about finding that work-life balance now, which ties into Meghan lobbying for parental paid leave. They're experiencing it themselves. They know it affects everyone in the family."
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