Closer Weekly: Meghan & Harry Are Planning to Have a Low-Key Valentine's Day in Vancouver
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will not do anything elaborate for Valentine's Day this year. They plan to keep things simple, a new report states.
The dust is finally settling on the news of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leaving Royal life. The two are finally finding balance in their lives and starting to build their new future.
The above means that the couple can finally have some alone time. The two plans to do that on Valentine's Day, away from the rest of the world.
Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex depart Canada House on January 07, 2020 in London, England. | Photo: Getty Images
SIMPLE BUT ROMANTIC
"Harry and Meghan are planning to have a low-key Valentine's Day in Vancouver."
The couple is currently residing on Vancouver Island with their son Archie. The source added that keeping things simple doesn't mean it won't be special or romantic.
IMPRESSIVE CULINARY SKILLS
The Duke of Sussex has been learning how to cook from his wife, and he plans to impress her with his newly acquired culinary skills. Pot roast is part of the dinner menu, as well as some of the Duchess' favorite meals.
It would give the former actress time with her mother, Doria Ragland, and she'll get to visit her friends.
The couple has a state-of-the-art kitchen, and it's one of the favorite parts of their Vancouver home. Harry has also purchased scented candles to create the right atmosphere.
A HUGE WEIGHT GOT LIFTED
The Sussexes are happy with the life they have in Canada. In the words of an insider in the couple's life, leaving behind their past life feels like,
"A weight has been lifted off their shoulders."
The parents-of-one were subjected to intense media scrutiny while carrying out their Royal duties, that they felt smoldered. It informed their decision to start anew, and they are relieved to be "Normal" people.
COMMITTED AND DEVOTED
While Meghan and Harry have made Vancouver their new home, "People" reported that the two are looking to buy a house in Los Angeles. The Duchess is a native of LA and lived there for most of her life.
The family-of-three will spend the Summer holiday in LA. It would give the former actress time with her mother, Doria Ragland, and she'll get to visit her friends.
A fan of the couple, Michelle from Australia, shared the video and described the Duke as the most attentive husband. Other Royal fans agreed with the description, thereby making it evident that the couple still has a lot of supporters.