Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan: This is how they pass the time in their new home


Prince Harry (35), Duchess Meghan (38) and their almost ten-month-old son Archie are said to have left their temporary home in Canada behind and settled in the Los Angeles area. Several US media reported this unanimously. The magazine "People" now claims to have learned from an insider that the couple have not yet left their new home – for fear of the corona virus.

On the remote site where the still-senior royals are said to live, they would follow the government-issued measures to contain the corona pandemic. According to the magazine, they would use the quiet time to find ways to support each other. "With the ever-changing COVID mix, we all have to adjust to this new normality and the associated feelings," the couple wrote on their Instagram account last week.


Moved a week ago?

According to "People", the post is said to have arisen around the time of their move. Because it is likely that Harry and Meghan moved before March 21st. On that day, the United States largely closed its Canada border to passenger traffic. The regulation should remain in force for 30 days.