Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have isolated themselves in their home in Canada, but according to a close friend of theirs quoted by DailyMail.com, the two are worried about the health of Queen Elizabeth II and Queen Elizabeth. Prince Charles, amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Meghan said they are grateful, especially Harry, that they were able to spend time with his family before all the madness began. Meghan said that
“Harry got in touch with both his father and his grandmother. He advised her to take urgent measures to remain safe and healthy.
Also, the Duchess of Sussex has taken steps to ensure that her family is not exposed to this virus and “urged all employees and her team to wear non-stop latex gloves and follow a very strict hygiene protocol. Only a few employees, very few, will interact with her, Harry and Archie. They are trying to keep their distance from everyone else. ‘
Although they are self-isolated in their Vancouver Island home, Meghan and Harry are working with their team of experts to find the best way to help those around them, considering this pandemic to be a crisis. mental health and they want to be helpful.
Meghan says that “being self-isolated doesn’t mean they can’t be helpful. They won’t stay in the house without doing anything. Meghan told close friends that what is happening now in the world is a mental health crisis, “the source quoted DailyMail.com as saying.
“They are now collaborating with a non-profit mental health organization to create an online support system for the very vulnerable, such as mothers suffering from postpartum depression.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have recently returned to Canada after their last engagements as senior members of the British Royal Family. The same source also stated that Meghan acknowledges that
“Harry feels a little powerless and isolated in the middle of an unpopular area, but he is grateful that they are all together as a family. She says that panic is not good at the moment and is not an option in their home. She doesn’t want Archie to feel stress and tension. Her home is her sanctuary and a place full of peace and calm. ‘