They’re living the royal life in B.C. on their own terms. The Duchess has reportedly been taking full advantage of being in Canada. According to sources, Meghan Markle’s life in Vancouver Island includes taking walks through the wilderness with Archie and conversing with locals every day.
The source, reporting to US Weekly, told the platform that, “Meghan takes a walk with Archie every single day through the woods.”
Going into further detail they also described that “she either pushes him in a stroller through the paved trails through the public woods by their home or straps him on and walks the more rustic routes.”
Their adventures supposedly last 1 to 2 hours and apparently the two don’t just keep to themselves. The source is also reporting that Markle is “very kind to the locals she meets while hiking” and is “all around pleasant to strangers.”
The source also revealed that friends of hers know just how “happy” she is “to be out in nature and in their secluded area.”
Apparently her happiness is attributed to the Duchess getting “exactly what she wanted” according to US Weekly.
When the Duke and Duchess first announced their move to BC, the 38-year-old mother was spotted hiking with Archie and their dogs, Oz and Guy. Their Vancouver Park adventure was followed closely behind by two bodyguards.
However, according to the BBC, warnings were issued to media outlets around the policies of private paparazzi photos when it came to the Royal Family in Canada.
Since then, the Duke and Duchess wrapped up their final duties as senior royals this past week in the UK. The two made a joint appearance at the Commonwealth Day ceremony.
The Telegraph is reporting that Markle has already departed from the UK and reunited with son Archie. There has yet to be news on when Harry will make his return to Vancouver Island as well.