Harry and Meghan thank Canada for holiday stay

Harry and Meghan thank Canada for holiday stay

Harry and Meghan thank Canada for holiday stay

According to CTV News Vancouver Island, Iliya Pavlovic and Asymina Kantorowicz had just finished their a picnic at Horth Hill Regional Park when they chose to capture the picturesque moment. And because this wasn't the pair's first rodeo, they were equipped with a selfie stick to capture photos of themselves basking in all the gorgeous scenery around them. However, they came up and offered to help because Markle "saw us struggling to take photos".

She then took three pictures before handing the camera back.

"I have been deeply saddened to hear of the continued bushfires and their devastating impact across many parts of Australia", she wrote in a letter published on the Royal Family's Twitter account.

Even though the Queen told them to stay in the Royal Palace situated in the United Kingdom, Harry and Meghan went to the U.S. for spending their vacation, against her orders. "I couldn't believe who it was".

The couple looked delighted to be back to their royal duties.

They had earlier made a private visit to the Hubb Community Kitchen, where the Duchess received an update on its activities, having wanted to "check in" with them after her break.

Arriving alongside her husband, Meghan looked elegant in a dark silk skirt paired with a brown roll-neck jumper.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also shared a roundup of photos documenting their own year, including images of their trip to Pakistan, Kate pulling a pint in Ireland, their own charitable work and the birth of their nephew Archie.

Meghan and Harry married in May 2018 at St George's chapel in Windsor Castle. The couple vacationed in the Commonwealth country with their 7-month-old son Archie Harrison during the holiday season. They chose to spend their Christmas privately in Canada and did not attend Sandringham this year.

Royal expert Phil Dampier told the publication that he hopes Prince Harry and Markle would return to their public duties and engagements with a clearer mindset and objective.

"We can give away more hats to keep heads and hearts warm in the winter and we can spread our message of inclusion and kindness around the world which is what we are really all about".

"Because they've both spoken about their fragile state, Harry very openly about his mental problems".

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