With the US and Canada both introducing travel bans this week, many countries have advised their citizens to limit any non-essential travelling. However, Harry and Meghan still have their sights set on the US according to a recent source.
The source claimed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are looking to buy a home in Los Angeles.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex only stepped back as senior members of the Royal Family and relocated to Canada in January.
However, despite living in a 10 million pound mansion in Vancouver Island, it seems they already want to relocate.
The couple reportedly want to spend more time in Meghan’s homeland.
“This is what Meghan and Harry have always wanted — to create their own life.
“It’s got to feel like an immense relief to get out of the UK and go down their own path,” a source said, speaking to People Magazine.
A source previously told the publication: “They love being in Canada, but they are looking at houses in LA too.
“They’ll likely have houses in both places.”
Meghan lived in Canada while filming legal drama Suits.
In her now-defunct lifestyle blog The Tig, the former actress, expressed her fondness for both Canada and LA.
It seems it was always Meghan’s plan to return to these areas one day.
She wrote: “The people are so kind, I love the food scene and I really love exploring little nooks around the city with my two dogs.
“I love how much green space there is tucked away. You wouldn’t expect that, and it reminds me of LA in a lot of ways.”
In another post, the former actress praised California, writing: “I was born and raised in Los Angeles, a California girl who lives by the ethos that most things can be cured with either yoga, the beach or a few avocados.”
However, travel to Canada has now been limited after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Canada will close its borders.
The borders will close in order to combat the coronavirus outbreak that has infected 324 people across Canada.
The closures will apply to any non-citizens and non-residents in order to limit the impact of the global pandemic.
Speaking in a press conference at Rideau Cottage in Ottawa Justin said: “It is time to take every precaution to keep people safe,”
The closure does not apply to the shipment of goods in the country.
Flight crews, diplomats, and immediate family members of citizens are also said to not be affected by the ban.
Published at Tue, 17 Mar 2020 04:00:00 +0000