Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Spotted Walking Their Dogs While Wearing Face Masks in L.A.

It marks one of the couple's first sightings since their relocation to the West Coast.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hold hands as they walk through a park.
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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were photographed in Los Angeles on Friday, both donning casual wear and face coverings as they walked their two dogs, Oz and Guy.
  • Duchess Meghan wore a laid-back ensemble of a T-shirt, white skinny jeans and a baseball cap during the outing.
  • The Sussexes recently relocated to Los Angeles after officially transitioning away from royal life on March 31st, following their decision to no longer be active working members of the royal family.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle seem to be settling into their new lives in Los Angeles.

In photos obtained by The Daily Mail, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seen walking their two dogs—a black Labrador, Oz and their rescue Beagle, Guy—near their new neighborhood. In the images, Meghan is wearing a black T-shirt with bright white skinny jeans, a black hoodie tied around her waist, a navy blue baseball cap, and oversized sunglasses.

Prince Harry opted for an equally laid-back look, donning a gray polo, charcoal hued khakis, tan oxford shoes, and a baseball cap and sunglasses as well. Both the duke and duchess covered their faces with blue scarves, following California's social distancing guidelines, which encourage citizens to conceal their faces while in public to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arriving at an event dressed in evening wear.

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Even while social distancing at a secluded compound in Los Angeles, the Sussexes have continued to pitch in to help amid the ongoing global health crisis where they can. Both Meghan and Harry volunteered with Project Angel Food to help deliver meals to at-risk and immunocompromised individuals who cannot leave their homes due to the novel virus.

The Sussexes also participated in separate video calls this week: Prince Harry phoned in with individuals who are currently self-quarantined and caring for ill family members, and Meghan talked to members of The Hubb Community Kitchen who are working to prepare and deliver meals to vulnerable Londoners. The couple also donated over $100,000, stemming from the broadcasting proceeds of their 2018 wedding, towards Feeding Britain.


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Bianca Betancourt
Bianca Betancourt


Bianca Betancourt is the Culture Editor at HarpersBAZAAR.com where she covers all things film, TV, music, and of course, Royal Family ongoings. When she's not writing she loves impulsively baking a batch of cookies, re-listening to the same early 2000s pop playlist and stalking Mariah Carey's Twitter feed.