It was one of the big celebrity announcements last week. Duchess Meghan, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, are said to have moved from Canada, their adopted home, to the United States with Baby Archie, ten months. American and British media reported that the Sussexes flew to Los Angeles by private jet. Duchess Meghan grew up there and her mother Doria Ragland still lives there today. Where exactly the couple settled is not known. Rumor has it that it could be the coastal town of Malibu or an estate in the Hollywood hills.
Donald Trump: No warm welcome for Meghan and Harry
The news of the move has spread to the White House. Donald Trump, 73, couldn't resist responding to it via Twitter. But his message was not particularly friendly. "I am a great friend and admirer of Queen Elizabeth and the United Kingdom," said the President of the United States, adding: "It has been reported that Meghan and Harry would settle in Canada. Now they have left Canada and are in the United States However, the United States will not pay for their personal protection. For their security, they have to pay themselves! "
The Royals stay at home because of the corona virus
The President's tweet caused mixed reactions. Many of his followers are in favor of the announcement, while others are surprised that Melanie Trump's husband, 49, despite the corona crisis, has time to deal with such a minor topic. Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry's security spending is currently likely to be quite low anyway. The US magazine "People" reported that the two have not yet left their new home for fear of the corona virus. Meghan and Harry, the magazine went on to say, would use the quiet time to find ways to support each other.
Sources used: Twitter, People.com
This article originally appeared on Gala.de.