Officially, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry returned to Los Angeles, the hometown of Sussex.
The reports listed an unnamed source and said that the Sussexes lived in “a lonely complex and did not survive amid the coronavirus pandemic.”
Since the announcement in January that they will step back from their royal duties, the couple and their son, Archie, live in Vancouver Island–a move that officially starts on 31 March.
The people were the first to announce in February that the Sussex were searching in Los Angeles, while reality star Caitlyn Jenner let the royals go shopping in Malibu. Doria Ragland, Meghan’s mum, still lives in LA.
Lainey Lui, a Canadian television host, explained why the couple should make the city the ideal place because they stood out on Vancouver Island, where it wasn’t normal to see famous people walking around.
“You stand out. And so the Paparazzi knew just where they lived on the island of Vancouver. They knew where the hiking trails were nearby. And there were not many places to conceal them.”
“In LA, however, where festivities have mastered the art of vanishing when they need to be and reappear, and the entire city is built to meet the needs of celebrities, it might be easier to go underground,” Lui said.
Elephants Without Borders
Disney announced Thursday’s first post-Royal performance by the duchess: the narration of a recent documentary “Elephant,” which follows the 1,000-mile journey of an elephant family through Africa. The program will be available for Disney Plus streaming on April 3rd.
It was the first time in January that the UK Times announced that the Duchess made a voiceover arrangement with Disney in exchange of Elephants Without Borders for a donation.
Disneynature and the Disney Conservation Fund will help Elephants without Borders, a charity that works with both elephants and communities in Botswana, to mark its publication.
Prince Charles Is Coronavirus Positive
Prince Charles has been reported to have coronavirus earlier this week.
Charles now is self-isolating at Birkhall in Aberdeenshire, his wife the Duchess of Cornwall, after testing the negative for Covid-19, is living separately from her husband.