Tuesday, 21 January 2020

Meghan Markle beams as she takes her dogs for a walk with Archie in a baby carrier

A smiling Meghan Markle has taken Archie and her two dogs for a walk in Vancouver hours before a beaming Harry landed in Canada last night after racing through one of his final royal engagements in London. 

The Duchess of Sussex was followed by two royal protection officers as she strolled through the Horth Hill Regional Park near the opulent £10million [$14million] Vancouver Island mansion they have used since Thanksgiving last year. 

Meghan was wrangling her black Labrador Oz and beagle Guy while appearing to struggle to keep eight-month-old Archie in her baby carrier with one of the straps slipping off her shoulder. 

The former Suits star was followed by two bodyguards, who she smiled and talked to, as the row over whether British or Canadian taxpayers will pay the Sussexes' £3million-a-year personal protection bill rumbles on.

Harry is today at the oceanfront mansion where Meghan and Archie have spent most of the past two months.  Yesterday he rushed through morning meetings with Prime Minister Boris Johnson and several heads of state at the UK-Africa Investment Summit in Greenwich, arriving at around 11am and leaving by 1pm UK time. 

He then held a meeting with his Kensington Palace team about managing his and Meghan's affairs because they will now be in Canada for the foreseeable future. 

The Duke even dodged his brother William's first solo reception at Buckingham Palace and rushed to Heathrow to catch a 5.30pm British Airways flight to Vancouver International - before catching a smaller WestJet plane to Victoria Airport on Vancouver Island, arriving at 9.45pm local time. 

The father-of-one, who was grinning as he got off the plane with his security team having completed his 5,000-mile journey, wore a padded coat, blue jeans and a beanie hat while carrying a green bag as he walked across the Tarmac. 


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