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Walkies coronavirus style: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk beagle Guy and labrador Oz as part of their daily exercise routine wearing bandanas as facemasks and carrying hand sanitiser during lockdown in LA

Walkies coronavirus style: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle walk beagle Guy and labrador Oz as part of their daily exercise routine wearing bandanas as facemasks and carrying hand sanitiser during lockdown in LA
  • Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, were spotted taking their two dogs for a walk in Los Angeles on Thursday 
  • The Duchess of Sussex was clutching a bottle of hand sanitiser as she stood by the couple's Porsche SUV
  • Duke was out with couple's black labrador, while Meghan at one point carried beloved rescue beagle, Guy
  • Couple both adhering to new Southern Californian regulations making wearing of face masks mandatory
The Duchess of Sussex sported a blue bandana over her face as she stepped out in Los Angeles with Prince Harry for the first time since the couple moved there last month.
Meghan, 38, and Harry, 35, were spotted walking their two dogs in the city on Thursday.
The prince, who is still sixth in line to the throne despite stepping down from royal duties, was pulled along by the couple's black labrador, while Meghan at one point carried her beloved rescue beagle, Guy.
The couple, who were travelling in their Porsche SUV, followed new Southern Californian regulations, which have made the wearing of face masks mandatory in the battle against Covid-19. But a security guard thought to be with them did not.     Prince Harry with the couple's black labrador, Oz, on ThursdayMeghan Markle carried her beloved rescue beagle, Guy, in Los Angeles
The Duchess of Sussex sported a blue bandana over her face as she stepped out in Los Angeles with Prince Harry for the first time since the couple moved there last month Harry walked the couple's black labrador, Oz, while Meghan at one point carried her beloved rescue beagle, Guy, as she stepped toward their Porsche SUV
The Duchess of Sussex was clutching a dispenser of hand sanitiserMeghan was wearing a blue bandanna over her mouth as she strolled down the street on Thursday
The Duchess of Sussex was wearing a blue bandanna over her mouth and clutching a dispenser of hand sanitiser as she strolled down the street on Thursday
They were both adhering to new Southern Californian regulations which have made the wearing of face masks mandatory as they took their dogs for a walk in LA
Meghan is seen out and about in Los Angeles for the first time with her husband since the couple moved there last monthThe Duchess carried her beagle called Guy as they headed for their walk
Sensibly, the couple weren't accompanied by their 11-month-old son, Archie, who is said to be 'toddling everywhere'
Harry dressed down as he walked the couple's dogs in Los AngelesThe couple initially moved to Canada last year but they have now set up home in California, which friends say was always their plan
The Sussexes haven't been seen publicly, aside from a couple of PR videos, since they walked away as senior working royals
Meghan was spotted encouraging their dog along the walk on ThursdayMeghan was spotted encouraging their dog along the walk on Thursday
Harry and Meghan were caught on CCTV delivering food to the needy in West Hollywood on Wednesday. Recipient Dan Tyrell, 53, said: ‘My phone rang and a lady said, “Hi this is Meghan from Project Angel Food”.’ He went downstairs where he spotted a man with red hair who looked familiar. ‘Then I looked at Meghan and put it all together,’ he said. ‘I didn’t let on. For Harry and Meghan to do this is amazing'
Harry and Meghan were caught on CCTV delivering food to the needy in West Hollywood on Wednesday. Recipient Dan Tyrell, 53, said: ‘My phone rang and a lady said, “Hi this is Meghan from Project Angel Food”.’ He went downstairs where he spotted a man with red hair who looked familiar. ‘Then I looked at Meghan and put it all together,’ he said. ‘I didn’t let on. For Harry and Meghan to do this is amazing'

Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed today that they home schooled their children during the Easter holidays without telling them 

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed today that they home schooled their children during the Easter holidays without telling them - as they also spoke of their fears for Prince Charles over his coronavirus diagnosis.
Prince William and Kate said it had been 'challenging' to teach their three children - who they said had 'got such stamina', although it 'hasn't been all hardcore' - but also told how they have been staying in touch with other Royal Family members using online video calls, in an interview with BBC Breakfast broadcast this morning.

Kate said of home schooling: 'Don't tell the children, we've actually kept it going through the holidays. I feel very mean. The children have got such stamina, I don't know how. Honestly, you get to the end of the day and you write down the list of all the things that you've done in that day.'
She added: 'It's just having that bit of structure actually. And it's great, there's so many great tips online and fun activities that you can do with the children, so it hasn't been all hardcore.'
William admitted he was 'quite concerned' for Charles after his 71-year-old father tested positive for coronavirus after having mild symptoms last month - but the Duke had been optimistic he would make a full recovery.
He also revealed he is worried about the health of his elderly grandparents, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, although they have both been doing all they can to ensure they are protected and isolated at Windsor Castle.
William also said the lesser environmental impact of people not flying around the world for business had been a 'positive' of the pandemic, and said he hopes people will now choose to work from home more in the future.
And the couple told of their fears for the mental health of NHS staff who will be carrying some of the 'pain, fear and loneliness' suffered by patients, adding: 'They're the ones who absorb that and take it home to their families.'
The Duchess also indicated that they might call Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Los Angeles next month to celebrate Archie's first birthday on May 6. 
Kate told how the Cambridges are using video apps to 'share in on birthday calls and things like that' to ensure they keep in touch with the rest of the royals.
She said: 'I think your father and my parents and our families and things like that have really loved keeping in touch with the children because it's really hard, particularly over family times like Easter and things like that, and not seeing each other. So we have been making sure we share in on birthday calls and things like that just to make sure we keep in touch with each other.'

EXCLUSIVE: 'Just call us Meghan and Harry!' Duchess confided it felt good to finally be 'out and about connecting with people', as couple made 20 visits for Project Angel Food because of her mother, a devotee of founder Marianne Williamson

Meghan Markle told friends it felt good to finally be out and about connecting with people after delivering charity meals around LA with her husband Prince Harry, an insider exclusively told DailyMail.com. 
'Meghan and Harry were really down-to-earth. Meghan had been looking for an organization to get behind and says Project Angel Food is the perfect fit. She plans on volunteering much more with Harry,' the friend said.
The couple spent two days delivering food to critically ill residents who are at a greater risk amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic after Meghan wanted Harry to see the city 'through the eyes of philanthropy', following their move to LA last month.  
They went under-the-radar in dressed down clothes while delivering meals to 20 people, seen in exclusive DailyMail.com photos waving to a man after handing over bags of food. 
The source added: 'Some people didn't recognize them at first and others were just completely shocked. One elderly woman actually started to cry and said she had always been a fan and had always wanted to meet them, and then welcomed them to their new life in America.'
The couple spent two days delivering food to critically ill residents who are at a greater risk amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic after Meghan wanted Harry to see the city 'through the eyes of philanthropy', following their move to LA last monthThey went under-the-radar in dressed down clothes while delivering meals to 20 people, seen in exclusive DailyMail.com photos waving to a man after handing over two bags of food
The source added: 'Some people didn't recognize them at first and others were just completely shocked. One elderly woman actually started to cry and said she had always been a fan and had always wanted to meet them and then welcomed them to their new life in America'
The source added: 'Meghan said it felt good to finally be out and about, connecting with people.
'It was surreal and just so heartwarming. They brought so many smiles and made Easter so special for those who needed it the most.' 
The friend explained Meghan got the idea to volunteer with Project Angel Food from her mother Doria Ragland, who is a longtime supporter of the charity and a big fan of founder Marianne Williamson. 
They said: 'Meghan was first introduced to the teachings of Marianne by her mom when she was a teenager. That's when Doria gave her 'A Return to Love', one of Marianne's most famous books. 
'Meghan had been looking for an organization to get behind and says Project Angel Food is the perfect fit. 
'[Harry and Meghan] asked a lot of questions and seemed genuinely concerned and grateful for the people working at Project Angel.'
The friend added: 'She plans on volunteering much more with Harry and for the time being urged her mom to stay home and stay safe. 
'Doria is always wanting to help and be of service, so staying home can be a bit challenging.'  
The friend explained Meghan got the idea to volunteer with Project Angel Food from her mother Doria Ragland, who is a longtime supporter of the charity and a big fan of founder Marianne WilliamsonDoria Ragland
The source said: 'Meghan was first introduced to the teachings of Marianne Williamson (pictured at an event at Project Angel food in 2016) by her mom when she was a teenager. That's when Doria gave her 'A Return to Love', one of Marianne's most famous books'

Meghan and Harry dropping off food has been the first time they've been seen publicly since their last-minute move from Vancouver Island, Canada to Los Angeles. 
DailyMail.com previously revealed the couple were forced to scrap their plans for a celebrity-filled bash to celebrate Archie's first birthday on May 6, due to the coronavirus lockdown being extended. 
The friend hinted that Meghan hasn't squashed the idea of having another baby, saying: 'She joked that he needs a pint-size little buddy other than the dogs.' 
They added: 'Meghan lit up when she spoke about Archie. She said he's a bundle of energy and prefers playing over sleeping. 
Meghan also said that Archie is fascinated with his mini-instruments and likes banging on whatever he can. He also likes it when daddy teases him and plays the harmonica. He thinks it's funny. 
'She said Archie is quite the character and loves to laugh. That he's a happy baby.'  
The friend hinted that Meghan hasn't squashed the idea of having another baby, saying: 'She joked that he needs a pint-size little buddy other than the dogs'

Meghan and Harry spent two days volunteering with the non-profit this week.None of the charity's clients knew the Duke and Duchess were going to be delivering the food, nor had any been forewarned about their arrival. 
One stunned recipient of the royal delivery was Dan Tyrell, 53, who admitted he didn't recognize the couple when he first opened the door of his West Hollywood apartment.
'My phone rang and a lady said, 'Hi this is Meghan from Project Angel Food.' Tyrell, who has HIV and issues with high blood pressure, told DailyMail.com. 'I said, 'Oh, do you want to meet me downstairs?' - I didn't realize it was THE Meghan at this point.' 
Tyrell said he was startled when he walked down the building's external staircase and spotted two black-out Porsche SUVs on the road outside. 'I knew they was something going on,' he remarked. 
As he approached the front door, Tyrell said he spotted a man with red hair who looked familiar. 'Then I looked at Meghan and put it all together,' he said. 
Attempting to keep a low profile, neither Harry nor Meghan formally introduced themselves to Tyrell. 
Instead they told him: 'Here's your food and thank you. We hope you're well and that you're fine'.

'I didn't let on [that I knew who they were],' Tyrell said. 'I didn't want to make them uncomfortable or anything. 
'To have someone come and deliver the food is amazing, it makes us here feel that somebody cares outside. So for Harry and Meghan to do this is amazing.'
Project Angel Food's executive director Richard Ayoub told PEOPLE the Sussex's kept a low-profile throughout their voluntary work, adding the charity was 'completely honored' to have them onboard.

'They were extremely down to earth and genuinely interested in every single person they met,' Ayoub continued.
'They engaged with our chefs, they engaged with clients — they just wanted to make sure that people felt the love and appreciation. Their goal was really to just honor our chefs and staffs and volunteers by being of service.
'What Meghan said is she wanted to show Harry Los Angeles through the eyes of philanthropy. It's just beautiful,' Ayoub added.
'There's obviously a great deal of love and selflessness between them. They both are individuals who want to know

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