Prince Harry, 35, and Duchess Meghan, 38, have now found a new home in Los Angeles after their shocking move out of the royal family in January. The couple originally settled in Vancouver Island, Canada, after the two announced that they would step down from royal duties earlier this year. Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan left the north of Canada on Thursday, March 26, according to the English newspaper "The Sun", and moved permanently to California with their 10-month-old son Archie.
A new life in Hollywood
The family of three is said to be located near Hollywood at the moment. The young family was on a private flight to Los Angeles before the Canada-US border was closed due to the corona virus. "They have a large network there. Their new team of Hollywood agents, PR and business managers is based there. Meghan has a lot of friends there and of course her mother Doria," a royal insider told The Sun. The move was said to be Talking to Los Angeles for a long time, the global corona crisis supposedly only accelerated the decision and the move to California.
Duchess Meghan returns to the Show Busniess
Disney also announced Thursday that Meghan will lend her voice to the elephant documentary, which will be shown on Disney + for the first time on April 3. Disney posted the official movie poster on Instagram. "Disneynature's Elephant, an original film spoken by Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, will start streaming on April 3, only on #DisneyPlus," is the description of the film poster. Disney sources said the release had been slated to coincide with Earth Month, which begins on April 1st. The film will raise money for the “Elephants Without Borders” charity.
Sources used: The Sun, Us Weekly, Disney, Instagram
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