A matter of weeks on and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are “enjoying a quiet life” in Canada with nine-month-old son Archie and their dogs, according to a friend, reports The Sun.
The source told People magazine that the family have been spending their free time, not doing royal engagements, but hiking near their $26.9 million Vancouver Island home where they cook and do yoga.
“This decision (to leave) had been weighing on them for a long time, and they are relieved to have it done,” they said.
“A weight has been lifted off their shoulders.”
The friend added: “They both love to be outside and have been loving it there.”
Another insider revealed: “They are enjoying living a quiet life.
“They go for long walks, they do yoga and Meghan cooks. They are real homebodies who love to chill out with Archie and the dogs.”
Of Meghan, 38, the person noted: “She’s keeping a low profile while things settle down.”
It comes after the Duchess was spotted walking beagle Guy and a new labrador with her young son strapped to her chest.
Meghan and Harry, 35, reportedly have a nine-point plan for their “empire” – including “Oprah documentaries” – an expert has claimed.
Meanwhile, the Duchess is said to “looking for a new agent” as she focuses on “future projects”.
This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission