Harry and Meghan cover faces with bandanas as they walk their dogs in LA

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seen donning blue bandanas as they walked their two dogs in LA on Thursday.

Prince Harry was pulled along by their black Labrador Oz while Meghan Markle walked the family’s rescue beagle Guy. Travelling in their Porsche SUV, the couple followed Southern California rules requiring the wearing of face masks to combat the spread of coronavirus, but their security guard was thought to have flouted the regulation.

The Sussexes stepped down as senior royals on March 31. They initially moved to a rented home in Vancouver, Canada, before travelling to Los Angeles last month to settle down permanently with their 11-month-old son Archie.

Meghan, 38, wore skinny white jeans and a baseball cap as she walked the dog while Harry, 35, worse a faded polo shirt, jeans, desert boots and a grey cap. Earlier this week the pair were spotted in public for the first time since their move, dressed down in masks delivering meals to sick people.


A source close to the pair told the Daily Mail they hoped to keep on doing volunteer work in private, but they were happy the charity got the publicity.

Last week it emerged that they are planning to launch a wide-ranging non-profit organization in the US named Archewell, focusing on mental health, education and wellbeing.

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They said they wanted ‘to do something of meaning, to do something that matters’, but have delayed releasing full details because of the pandemic. They said they will make a further announcement ‘when the time is right.’

After making the decision to relinquish themselves of royal duties and live an independent life together, Harry and Meghan were forced to give up their Sussex Royal branding by the Queen.

The first year of their new chapter is being paid for by Prince Charles while they settle down. It is thought the pair are staying in Malibu for now while they search for a ‘forever’ home.

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