Meghan and Harry are now at their Vancouver Island mega-mansion in self-isolation after the Canadian borders closed yesterday. The duke and duchess are now taking no chances when It comes to hygiene in their household, as they have demanded staff take every precaution in their presence.
Meghan is said to be leading the charge in making sure all of her team are well equipped to contain a safe environment.
This includes making sure that all of the Sussex staff “who buy groceries and run errands, wear latex gloves at all times and are to follow a strict hygiene protocol”.
A friend said: “Only a select few will be able to interact with her, Harry and Archie.
“She said she’s keeping it to a bare minimum.”
Meghan Markle is taking no chances in her bid to prevent coronavirus entering her new home
Meghan and Harry are now at their Vancouver Island mega-mansion in self-isolation after the Canadian borders closed yesterday.
Prince Harry is particularly worried about his elder relatives, including the Queen and Prince Phillip, while staying in Canada.
A source told Mail Online that Meghan has also told her friends Harry “feels a bit helpless and isolated out in the middle of nowhere but is grateful that they are all together as a family.”
She said Harry is “concerned’ for the Queen and his father Prince Charles, urging them to take extra precautions during the coronavirus pandemic
“Meghan said they are grateful, especially Harry, that they could spend time with his family before all this insanity began.
The duke and duchess are taking no chances when It comes to hygiene in their household
“Meghan said has been in contact with both his father and grandmother. He urged them to stay safe and to take extra precautions.”
Meghan and Harry are now collaborating with experts on how to deal with the mental health crisis amid the coronavirus pandemic as they feel “compelled to help.”
The insider claimed “Meghan said just because they are isolating themselves, it doesn’t mean they can’t help.
“They aren’t just sitting around at home doing nothing.”
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Prince Harry is particularly worried about his elder relatives, including the Queen and Prince Phillip,
Meghan has also told her friends Harry “feels a bit helpless and isolated out in the middle of nowhere ”
They continued: “Meghan told her inner circle that what’s happening in the world right now is a mental health crisis.
“She said they are working with a mental health non-profit to create some sort of online support system for those most vulnerable, like new mothers suffering from postpartum depression.
“People who lack support systems need reassurance that they are not alone.”
The friend added Meghan is worried about the current pandemic but is being “diligent about not touching her face and washing her hands.”
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They explained: ‘She said panicking won’t do any good. It’s just not an option in her household. She doesn’t want Archie picking up on any unnecessary stress and tension. Her home is her sanctuary and it’s a place of peace and calm.’
It comes as sources have said that the pair were “extremely worried” about their close friend Sophie Trudeau, who contracted the coronavirus in London.
Both the prime minister and his wife are now in isolation, as is Meghan’s best friend Jessica Mulroney who celebrated her 40th in isolation.
Taking to her Instagram, Ms Mulroney said: ”Quarantine birthday is a new rage and I’m not mad about it.”
Meghan and Harry are now collaborating with experts on how to deal with the mental health crisis
On Monday, Trudeau announced that the borders would be closed to anyone who is not a citizen or a permanent resident.
Airlines have also advised travellers to stop boarding flights to Canada if they have symptoms of the virus.
“As the virus continues its spread, we’ve decided to take increasingly aggressive steps to keep you and your families safe,” Trudeau said.
Canada had at least 324 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across all 10 provinces as of Monday morning. There are an additional 17 presumptive cases.
Published at Tue, 17 Mar 2020 23:27:00 +0000