COVID-19 is not leaving anyone in the world from its effect. Amid the scare of pandemic coronavirus, Prince Harry is much worried about the Queen and Prince Charles, his wife Meghan Markle has said to her friends.
Both Meghan and Prince have been in self-isolation in their Vancouver Island mansion along with their 10-months old baby Archie. However, Prince Harry has talked to his father and grandmother and urged them to take extra care and precautions amid the threat of coronavirus around the world.
On the other hand, Meghan Markle has been taking more precaution to protect her family and son Archie as she has asked her staff to wear latex gloves all the times whoever buy food and run errands as well. Moreover, they have limited contact with people as well to stay protected.
Notably, the couple is going to be stepped down officially from the royal family at the end of the month but are trying their best to help during the crisis.
The source further added that Meghan has referred to this as a “mental health crisis”. “People who lack support systems need reassurance that they are not alone,” she said again.
Meanwhile, Prince Harry has returned to Canada after finishing his final duties as a senior royal last week in the eleventh hour as President Justin Trudeau has announced the closure of the borders to non-North American people.
Meghan has also said to her friend that panic would not do anything good in this tense situation and also she doesn’t want Archie picking up any stress and tension from them and their staff now.
Meanwhile, the report came that they have accepted an invitation from the Queen to spend a holiday with the monarch at Balmoral this summer but it seems the plan can be cancelled due to coronavirus.
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