Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have grasped the workings of their new lives as "Royal outsiders," fully adapting to their canadian lifestyle.
Controversial Royal pair, Prince Harry and Megan Markle are living it up in Canada as regular residents of Vancouver Island.
The father of one was spotted grocery-shopping solo at the Saanich's Deep Cove Market, in the beautiful Canadian Island.
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and their son, Archie during their tour to Africa on September 25, 2019 | Photo : Getty Images.
All-smiles, and dressed casually in denim pants, black biker's jacket and a baseball cap to go, the British Prince appeared excited to grab some desserts from the local store, and head out without fuss.
"I see Harry and Meghan here all the time. They were here a couple of weeks ago with Archie. They are very friendly and normal. No one bothers them here."
The observer spoke fondly of the little royalty, calling him a "cute little baby" while recalling seeing him playing with the dog outside his parent's apartment. Apparently, the toddler has settled into his new life as well, basking in the freedom.
Another insider divulged earlier that the pair has settled into their lives, hiking in the woods of Vancouver Island, and relaxing inside as "real home buddies." The duo were besotted with each other while making Archie their priority.
After the trip, the royal parents of one would commence a 12-month transition period, from March 31.
The Sussex royals are, however, scheduled to take a brief break from their adventure as non-royals as they are expected back in the UK by the end of the month.
A royal spokesperson confirmed the plans in a statement, disclosing that the Duke and Duchess would arrive in the United Kingdom to perform their final official assignment as per the Queen's order.
After the trip, the royal parents of one would commence a 12-month transition period, from March 31, during which time they would establish their non-profit organization.
This follows an earlier release by the Buckingham Palace, declaring that the use of the word "Royal" with reference to the Sussex pair needed to be reviewed.
The discussion hasn't been finalized, but the decision of the royal family would be revealed at the end of the year alongside the launch of the Sussex's non-profit.
According to the statement, Harry would retain his military ranks and titles, while focusing on their existing causes like the commonwealth, mental health, youth empowerment, and community.
The declaration would prompt the lovebirds to change a lot about their public image, including their adopted trademark, "Sussex Royals," which they previously branded in hopes of making it into a global trademark for their future ventures.
This declaration is undoubtedly a major blow on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who have invested a lot into the royal trademark.