B.C.’s royal resident spent his Sunday afternoon running some errands. Prince Harry’s Vancouver Island living included a casual stop at a local grocery store and a quick lunch pick-up this past Sunday. This is the first sighting of the Prine since he and Meghan Markle stepped off the plane at the Victoria airport on February 14.

In an exclusive photo released by TMZ, the Duke is seen exiting the grocery store in very traditionally un-royal attire. He sported a grey baseball cap, jeans, and a light black puffer jacket.

He accessorized with a black reusable grocery bag in one hand and what the outlet claimed to be two sandwiches in his left.

Like the photos released on Friday, the Prince wore a grin in the picture as he made his way out of the storefront.

This isn’t the first time the two have taken advantage of their more casual wardrobe since leaving their senior royal titles.

The Duchess visited B.C. charities back in January in outfits that channelled pre-royal Markle. Not to mention her hiking attire while exploring with son Archie on Vancouver Island.

Although Markle wasn’t captured alongside her husband, The Duke and Duchess just returned to Canada from their two-week trip to the U.S. that according to E! News And USA Today included a speech in Miami and a meeting at Stanford University in California.

These sightings come amidst the rumours that the couple will no longer be able to use the “royal” title in their branding.

The Daily Mail announced that the Duke and Duchess will reportedly not be able to use their “Sussex Royal” title for any further projects, including the expansion of their charitable organizations.

The Queen has yet to comment on these claims.

According to The Times, the family of three are reportedly set to return to the UK next month on request by the Queen. There, they’ll be participating in a final round of royal engagements before returning to Canada.

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