If you've ever moved houses multiple times in the same year, you'll know that it's a cause of extreme stress. So spare a thought for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are thought to have upped sticks yet again.
Earlier this year the couple renounced their roles as 'senior royals' in a bid to live a more independent life, and set up home on Canada's Vancouver Island with Baby Archie.
But reports in The Sun suggest that the young family have now left Canada 'for good' to set up their new lives more permanently in LA. It's said Meghan, 38 and Harry, 35, took a private flight out of Canada bound for California before the borders between Canada and the US shut due to coronavirus.
It's thought that they have secured a new home near Hollywood, where they are now - like the rest of us - on lockdown, with ten-month-old Archie.
On Meghan and Harry's move to LA, which is said to have been in the works for a long time, the royal insider said: “They have a big support network there. It’s where their new team of Hollywood agents and PRs and business managers are based. Meghan has lots of friends there and, of course, her mum Doria."
The move follows Disney's release of a new documentary, Elephant, for which Meghan provided the voiceover.
Although both Harry and Meghan have completed their final royal engagements following a trip to the UK earlier this month, their last day as working royals is technically 31st March. As of 1st April, they'll no longer be able to use their HRH titles, or the word 'royal' in any of their branding.
Buckingham Palace are yet to confirm news of the couple's move from Canada to California officially.
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