Canada’s winter isn’t stopping this new Victoria resident from going out into nature. Meghan Markle’s Vancouver sighting showed the Duchess indulging in nature on a walk with 8-month-old Archie and her two dogs. This was just hours before Prince Harry himself touched down on Canadian soil.\nIn photos obtained by the Daily Mail, Markle had a smile from ear to ear as she made her way through the wildlife of Horth Hill Regional Park in winter boots, black leggings, and a windbreaker.\nThe images show she was carrying Archie close to her chest on the walk. Also along with her for some fresh air were her dogs, Oz and Guy, as well as two bodyguards who, according to the Daily Mail, seemed friendly and held up a conversation with the former senior royal.\nThe park is reportedly near the $14 million ocean side mansion the family has been staying at since well before Christmas.\nView this post on Instagram Thanks Cape Town for another impactful and memorable day! A few more highlights of this very special visit with Archbishop Desmond Tutu #RoyalVisitSouthAfrica Video ©️SussexRoyal A post shared by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (@sussexroyal) on Sep 25, 2019 at 12:06pm PDT\nJust over a week ago, E! News reported she was spotted driving and running errands. Just days after that, she made visits to two local B.C. charities, Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Women's Centre and Justice for Girls.\nWhen the news of Prince Harry and Meghan’s exit was first revealed, PEOPLE reported Archie was left with Markle’s BFF Jessica Mulroney. Markle apparently returned the next day and Prince Harry returned today, January 21.\nPrince Harry has arrived in Vancouver, Canada, to join his wife Meghan and son Archie after announcing plans to step back from royal duties. https://t.co/6O9SuoPyG3 pic.twitter.com/6QhII1nir1— CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) January 21, 2020\nThe Duke of Sussex apparently finished his last royal duties last night with final meetings involving U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Kensington Palace team according to the Daily Mail.\nTheir reunion comes right after an announcement from Buckingham Palace with the Queen’s decision statement on what the Sussexes leaving their senior titles means.\nThe Duke and Duchess have yet to announce if Vancouver Island will become their home when splitting time between the U.K. and the Commonwealth.\nAccording to the New York Times, top places of speculation for where they’ll reside in Canada has been cut down to Vancouver, Victoria, and Toronto.