Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have actually left Canada and moved to Los Angeles, where they plan to make a permanent home after going back from their royal duties, Britain’s Sun newspaper reported on Thursday.
The Sun stated the couple took a private flight to Los Angeles but did not state when. Last week, the United States and Canada agreed to close their border to non-essential travel to reduce the pressure on health systems triggered by the coronavirus.
A spokesperson for Prince Harry declined to comment on the report.
Harry and Meghan will stop their royal duties at the end of March as they take “a progressive new role,” primarily based in The United States and Canada, which they aim to finance themselves.
They had actually been living for several months with their son Archie on Vancouver Island in Canada.
“This move was planned for some time. They realized Canada would not work out for various reasons, and they want to be based in the Los Angeles area,” the Sun quoted an unidentified royal expert as saying.
Meghan Markle was raised in the Los Angeles area, and her mom Doria still lives there.
On Thursday, People magazine, pointing out an unknown source, stated the couple had actually currently settled into a home in the Los Angeles area and had not ventured out. California enforced a state-wide remain at home order recently in a quote to include the coronavirus.
The report was released the same day that Disney announced that Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, had narrated a nature documentary that will be released on its Disney+ streaming platform on April 3.
It is the first job for the former “Suits” television series starlet because she and Harry announced in January that they were stepping down from their royal duties.
The film, entitled “Elephant,” follows the journey of a family of elephants across Africa. The film will raise money for the charity Elephants Without Borders.