The Duchess of Sussex wore a blue bandana over her face as she went out in Los Angeles with Prince Harry for the first time since the couple moved there last month.
Thursday, Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, were seen walking their two dogs around town.
The prince, who is still sixth on the throne despite his retirement from royal office, was trained by the couple’s black labrador, while Meghan at one point wore her beloved rescue beagle, Guy.
The couple followed new regulations in southern California, which made it mandatory to wear a mask in the battle against Covid-19. But a security guard who thought he was with them did not.
The Duchess of Sussex wore a blue bandana over her face as she went out in Los Angeles with Prince Harry for the first time since the couple moved there last month
Harry stepped on the couple’s black lab, Oz, while Meghan once wore her beloved rescue beagle, Guy, as she headed for their Porsche SUV
The Duchess of Sussex wore a blue bandana over her mouth and held a hand sanitizer dispenser as she strolled the streets on Thursday
They were both in compliance with new regulations in southern California that made it mandatory to wear face masks when they took their dogs for a walk in Los Angeles.
Meghan is seen in Los Angeles for the first time with her husband since the couple moved last month
Significantly, the couple were not accompanied by their 11-month-old son, Archie, who is said to be “wandering around”
The couple originally moved to Canada last year, but have now moved to California, which friends say has always been their plan.
Meghan was casually dressed in white skinny jeans, sneakers, a twinset and a baseball cap, while Harry wore his familiar uniform in a faded polo shirt, jeans, desert boots and a hat.
Notably, the couple were not accompanied by their 11-month-old son, Archie, who is said to be “wandering around”.
On March 31, the Sussexes resigned as royal officials.
Prince Harry wore his usual sleep uniform, a washed polo shirt, jeans, chukka boots and a hat in Los Angeles
The Sussexes have not been seen publicly, apart from a few public relations videos, as they have moved away as working members of the royal family
Meghan was dressed casually in white skinny jeans, sneakers, a twinset and a baseball cap while in Los Angeles
The couple left Canada in March and have now moved to California, which friends say has always been their plan.
Meghan was born and raised in Los Angeles and her mother Doria still lives there, along with a number of her close friends.
They are believed to be staying with friends in the Malibu area while “finding their feet” and looking for a home “forever”
The couple were forced to give up their Sussex Royal brand by the queen
Prince Harry and Meghan are funded by Prince Charles for the first year of their new life
The photos were revealed in the week that the couple they volunteered for two days for a local charity emerged.
The Duchess is seen for the first time in Los Angeles with her husband, Prince Harry, since the couple moved there.
Meghan walks her beagle called Guy in Los Angeles on Thursday as the couple venture outside to exercise
The couple’s charity food drops are taken on a camera
On Wednesday, Harry and Meghan were caught delivering food to the needy in West Hollywood.
Recipient Dan Tyrell, 53, said, “My phone rang and a lady said,” Hi, it’s Meghan from Project Angel Food. ” He went downstairs where he spotted a red-haired man who looked familiar.
“Then I looked at Meghan and put it all together,” he said. “I didn’t let him do it. For Harry and Meghan, it’s incredible. “
Although they originally moved to Canada last year, they are now settled in California, which their friends say has always been their plan.
They are believed to have stayed in Malibu while “finding their feet” and looking for a home “forever”.
The couple, who were forced to give up their Royal Sussex brand by the Queen, are funded by Prince Charles for the first year of their new life.
This week it emerged that they were distributing meals to the Los Angeles needy for Project Angel Food charity, and were spotted in West Hollywood on Wednesday.
They were accompanied by a security team, but delivered the food alone.
A source close to the couple told the Daily Mail that they had hoped to keep their volunteering private, but were happy that the charity was recognized.
Meghan also made a video call to volunteers from the Hubb Community Kitchen in London, with whom she wrote a charity cookbook.
The charity was created after the Grenfell tragedy.
The women behind him deliver 300 meals a week to vulnerable people in London.
Meghan said, “A meal cooked at home from neighbor to neighbor is what the community is.”
Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, were spotted walking their two dogs in a public space in Los Angeles on Thursday
The couple both complied with new regulations in southern California by wearing bandanas to protect their faces
The couple went for a walk in Los Angeles without their toddler son Archie, whose first birthday is next month
Meghan Markle was born and raised in the city of California and her mother Doria still lives there.
The couple forge a new life but have been forced to give up their Sussex Royal brand
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have rarely been seen since they left Britain and resigned as members of the royal family
Prince Harry was dressed in a washed polo shirt, jeans, chukka boots and a hat during a walk in Los Angeles
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are currently staying with friends in the Malibu area of Los Angeles
The prince, who is still sixth in line with the throne, was led by the couple’s black labrador
On Wednesday, Harry and Meghan were caught delivering food to the needy in West Hollywood. Recipient Dan Tyrell, 53, said, “My phone rang and a lady said,” Hi, it’s Meghan from Project Angel Food. ” He went downstairs where he spotted a red-haired man who looked familiar. “Then I looked at Meghan and put it all together,” he said. “I didn’t let him do it. For Harry and Meghan, it’s amazing “
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed today that they are schooling their children at home over the Easter holidays without telling them
Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed today that they were schooling their children at home over the Easter holidays without telling them – as they also spoke of their fears for Prince Charles about his diagnosis of coronavirus.
Prince William and Kate said it was “difficult” to teach their three children – who they said had “such stamina”, although it was not “all hardcore” – but did also explained how they kept in touch with each other. Members of the royal family using online video calls, in an interview with BBC Breakfast aired this morning.
Kate said about home schooling, “Don’t tell the kids, we actually continued over the holidays. I feel very mean. Children have such endurance, I don’t know how. Honestly, you are coming to the end of the day and writing down a list of all the things you did that day.
She added, “It’s just having that little structure actually. And that’s great, there are so many great tips online and fun activities you can do with kids, so it hasn’t been all hardcore.
William admitted he was “very worried” about Charles after his 71-year-old father tested positive for coronavirus after having mild symptoms last month – but the duke had been optimistic about a full recovery.
He also revealed that he was concerned for the health of his elderly grandparents, the Queen and The Duke of Edinburgh, although they had both done their utmost to ensure that they were protected. and isolated at Windsor Castle.
William also said that the lower environmental impact of people not traveling the world on business had been a “positive” for the pandemic, and said he hoped people would now choose to work from home more at home. to come up.
And the couple shared their fears for the mental health of NHS staff who will bear some of the “pain, fear and loneliness” experienced by patients, adding, “They’re the ones who absorb it and bring it back to home with their families. ‘
The Duchess also said she could call Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Los Angeles next month to celebrate Archie’s first birthday on May 6.
Kate shared how the Cambridges use video apps to “share birthday calls and things like that” to make sure they stay in touch with the rest of the royal family.
She said, “I think your father and my parents and our families and things like that really enjoyed staying in touch with the kids because it’s really difficult, especially during family times like Easter and things like that, and not seeing each other. So we made sure to share birthday calls and things like that just to make sure we stayed in touch with each other.
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Just call us Meghan and Harry!’ The Duchess said it felt good to finally be ‘outside and connecting with people’, as the couple made 20 visits to Project Angel Food because of from her mother, a fan of the founder Marianne Williamson
Meghan Markle told friends that it feels good to finally go out and connect with people after delivering charity meals in Los Angeles with her husband, Prince Harry, an insider told DailyMail.com exclusively.
“Meghan and Harry were really down to earth. Meghan was looking for an organization to fall behind and says that Project Angel Food is the perfect solution. She plans to volunteer a lot more with Harry, “said the friend.
The couple spent two days delivering food to critically ill residents who are at greater risk in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic after Meghan wanted Harry to see the city “through the eyes of the philanthropy, “after they moved to Los Angeles last month.
They went under the radar in formal clothes while delivering meals to 20 people, seen in exclusive photos from DailyMail.com beckoning to a man after handing over bags of food.
The source added, “Some people did not recognize them at first and others were completely shocked. An elderly woman actually started crying and said that she had always been a fan and wanted to meet them, then welcomed them into their new life in America.
The couple spent two days delivering food to critically ill residents who are at greater risk in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic after Meghan wanted Harry to see the city “through the eyes of philanthropy “after moving to Los Angeles last month
The source added, “Some people did not recognize them at first and others were completely shocked. An elderly woman actually started to cry and said that she had always been a fan and wanted to meet them and welcome them into their new life in America.
The source added, “Meghan said it felt good to finally be able to go out and connect with people.
“It was surreal and so comforting. They brought so many smiles and made Easter so special for those who needed it most.
The friend explained that Meghan had the idea to volunteer with Project Angel Food from her mother Doria Ragland, who is a long-time supporter of the charity and a big fan of founder Marianne Williamson.
They said, “Meghan was first introduced to Marianne’s teachings by her mother when she was a teenager. It was then that Doria gave her ‘A Return to Love’, one of Marianne’s most famous books.
“Meghan was looking for an organization to fall behind and says that Project Angel Food is the perfect solution.
” [Harry and Meghan] asked a lot of questions and seemed genuinely concerned and grateful to the people working on Project Angel.
The friend added, “She plans to do a lot more volunteering with Harry and, for the moment, has urged her mother to stay home and stay safe.”
“Doria always wants to help and be helpful, so staying at home can be a bit difficult.”
The friend explained that Meghan got the idea to volunteer with Project Angel Food from her mother Doria Ragland, who is a longtime supporter of the charity and a big fan of the founder Marianne Williamson
The source said, “Meghan was first introduced to the teachings of Marianne Williamson (photographed at an event at Project Angel food in 2016) by her mother when she was a teenager. That’s when Doria gave her ‘A Return to Love’, one of Marianne’s most famous books ‘
Meghan and Harry putting down food are the first time they have been seen in public since their last minute move from Vancouver Island, Canada, to Los Angeles.
DailyMail.com previously revealed that the couple had been forced to abandon their plans for a celebrity party to celebrate Archie’s first birthday on May 6 due to the extended shutdown of the coronavirus.
The friend hinted that Meghan had not crushed the idea of having another baby, saying, “She joked that he needed a pint-sized boyfriend other than dogs.
They added, “Meghan was enlightened when she talked about Archie. She said it was a bundle of energy and preferred to play rather than sleep.
Meghan also said that Archie was fascinated by his mini-instruments and liked to hit everything he could. He also likes it when Daddy teases him and plays the harmonica. He thinks it’s funny.
“She said that Archie was quite the character and loved to laugh. That he is a happy baby.
The friend hinted that Meghan had not crushed the idea of having another baby, saying, “She joked that he needed a pint-sized boyfriend another that dogs “
Meghan and Harry spent two days volunteering with the nonprofit this week. None of the association’s customers knew that the duke and duchess were going to deliver the food, and none had been notified of their arrival.
One stunned recipient of the royal delivery was Dan Tyrell, 53, who admitted he hadn’t recognized the couple when he opened the door to his apartment in West Hollywood.
“My phone rang and a lady said,” Hi, this is Meghan from Project Angel Food. Tyrell, who has HIV and high blood pressure problems, told DailyMail.com. “I said,” Oh, do you want to meet me downstairs? – I didn’t know it was LA Meghan at this point. ‘
Tyrell said he was surprised when he descended the exterior staircase of the building and spotted two blackout Porsche SUVs on the road outside. “I knew there was something going on,” he said.
As he approached the front door, Tyrell said he had spotted a red-haired man who looked familiar. “Then I looked at Meghan and put it all together,” he said.
Trying to keep a low profile, neither Harry nor Meghan officially introduced themselves to Tyrell.
Instead, they said to him, “Here’s your food and thank you. We hope that you are well and that you are well ”.
Meghan et Harry ont passé deux jours à faire du bénévolat avec l’association à but non lucratif cette semaine. Aucun des clients de l’association ne savait que le duc et la duchesse allaient livrer la nourriture, et aucun n’avait été prévenu de leur arrivée.
Le directeur exécutif de Project Angel Food, Richard Ayoub, a déclaré à PEOPLE the Sussex que son profil était discret tout au long de son travail bénévole, ajoutant que l’organisme de bienfaisance était « entièrement honoré » de les avoir à bord
«Je n’ai pas laissé passer [that I knew who they were]», A déclaré Tyrell. «Je ne voulais pas les mettre mal à l’aise ou quoi que ce soit.
«Faire venir quelqu’un pour livrer la nourriture est incroyable, cela nous fait sentir ici que quelqu’un se soucie de l’extérieur. Donc, pour Harry et Meghan, faire cela est incroyable. “
Project Angel Food executive director Richard Ayoub told PEOPLE that the Sussexes are discreet throughout their volunteer work, adding that the charity was “fully honored” to have them on board.
Un destinataire stupéfait de la livraison royale était Dan Tyrell, 53 ans, qui a admis qu’il n’a pas reconnu le couple lorsqu’il a ouvert la porte de son appartement à West Hollywood
“They were extremely down to earth and really cared about everyone they met,” said Ayoub.
“They got involved with our chefs, they got involved with customers – they just wanted to make sure people felt love and appreciation. Their goal was truly to honor our leaders, staff and volunteers by being in service.
“What Meghan said was that she wanted to show Harry Los Angeles through the eyes of philanthropy. C’est tout simplement magnifique », a ajouté Ayoub.
“There is obviously a lot of love and altruism between them. They are both individuals who want to know more about each other.