The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been photographed out hiking in a rare public outing in LA during the city’s lockdown.
The outgoing couple sported color-coordinated blue bandannas over their faces so they would be protected against coronavirus while walking two dogs in the city, which is now their home.
Harry and Meghan had settled in Canada in an £11 million Vancouver Island bolthole after they left the royal family.
However, they relocated to California, near Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland.
Markle can be seen holding a bottle of hand sanitizer as she and her husband walked with beagle, Guy, and black labrador, Oz.
They both had face coverings in line with the Californian regulations.
At one point, the beagle became overwhelmed in the sunshine city’s heat, so Meghan had to pick it up and carry it.
Harry and Meghan left Archie at home as they took an outing at a local path.
Harry, 35, wore a baseball cap, sunglasses, a t-shirt, while Meghan, 38, was dressed casually in a t-shirt, white trousers, and trainers. She also carried her iPhone with a gold case.
A source said: “Harry and Meghan seemed in very good spirits and the dogs were clearly over the moon to be out and about.
“They were hiking for over an hour, and when they got back to the car, the dogs looked exhausted.
“Meghan even had to carry the beagle back because he was so worn out from the heat. There was one security guard with them during the hike.”
The couple put their pets into the boot of a silver Kia car before they headed home.