Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have moved to Canada to protect their 10-month old Archie from all the ‘negativity’ in the UK amid the coronavirus outbreak, a source has shared. Both Markle and Prince Harry have officially left their royal status and they moved from Windsor to Vancouver Island earlier this year due to becoming financially independent. Currently, they live in a £10 million mansion.
Speaking to US Weekly, a source said: ‘He wants to shield his son from the negativity and tension he would’ve been exposed to back in England.’
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are in self-isolation
Another source further added that Prince Harry knew what it’s like to grow up in the limelight, and he wanted to give Archie a normal upbringing as well. Currently, they have been in the self-isolation in their Canada house but Harry felt much worried and concerned about the Queen and his father amid the outbreak of coronavirus.
‘This is what Meghan and Harry have always wanted — to create their own life,’ a source added while speaking to People Magazine. ‘It’s got to feel like an immense relief to get out of the UK and go down their own path.’
Meghan & Harry Talked About Coronavirus Pandemic
Coronavirus has been affecting people’s lives across the globe. People are taking precautions and Meghan Markle is no different. She is taking every possible prevention against coronavirus from entering her new home where she stayed with Prince Harry and their kid Archie in Canada. She has asked all their staff to wear latex gloves to avoid prevention as well.
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are now in self-isolation after the borders closed yesterday where Meghan herself is making sure all of her staff are doing well. This also included that Meghan Markle ensured that all of the Sussex staff who have bought groceries need to wear latex gloves at all times and they have to follow a strict hygiene protocol too.
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