Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are caught in this mess just like anyone else. They were spotted on Thursday while walking their dogs and all “coronavirus style”.
The Duchess of Sussex and the Prince were in full-on protective mode. They were wearing blue bandanas across their faces when they stepped out of their LA home for the first time since they moved there last month. Markle was also carrying a hand sanitizer – you can never be too careful!
As per the latest news, they were obedient to the obligation to wear face masks while the world is battling COVID-19.
The prince, who is still 6th in line to the throne (despite stepping down from his royal duties) was walking alongside their black labrador, while Meghan was carrying the rescue beagle called Guy.
The Duchess was dressed quite casually – in white skinny hears, trainers, a twinset and baseball cap, while her hubby wore his “favorite uniform” – a faded polo shirt, jeans, desert boots and a hat.
Of course, their 11-month-old son Archie, didn’t accompany them on their walk during the LA lockdow.
The Sussexes stepped down as senior working royals on March 31.
Even though the couple initially moved to Canada last year, they have decided to now set up home in California, and according to their friends, this was always the plan.
It is believed that they were staying in Malibu while looking for their permanent home.
After the couple was forced to give up their Sussex Royal branding by the Queen herself, are being bankrolled by Harry’s father, Prince Charles, during the first year of their brand new life outside of the Royal family.
It has emerged that they have been spending their past week distributing meals to people in need in the LA area for the Project Angel Food Charity. Even though they were accompanied by a security team, they were delivering the food all alone. A source that’s close to the couple spoke to Daily Mail about their hopes of keeping their volunteering private, but are glad that their charity is being recognized.
Meghan also contacted volunteers at The Hubb Community Kitchen in London, with whom she wrote a charity cookbook.
Meghan also made a video call to volunteers at The Hubb Community Kitchen in London, with whom she wrote a charity cookbook.
According to the Duchess: ‘A home-cooked meal from one neighbour to another is what community is all about.’.