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Meghan Markle is spotted walking her dogs while holding Archie in Canada
The former Suits star wrapped her eight-month-old son close to her chest against the winter chill in a baby sling while walking her dogs on a beautiful woodland trail.
Meghan appeared happy and carefree as she soaked up the stunning scenery at Horth Hill Regional Park, a ten minute drive from her beachside mansion.
The dogs were kept on leads yesterday as Meghan at one point struggled to contain boisterous Archie in the blue sling.
Prince Harry is said to be ‘relying’ on Meghan’s mum Doria for advice
Prince Harry is relying on advice from Meghan Markle's mum in the absence of his own mother after his shock decision to leave the Royal Family, it has been claimed.
Speaking to The Sun Online, the source revealed both Harry and Meghan have kept in constant touch with Doria - who has offered her steadfast support during so-called "Megxit".
She is believed to have told the pair she would back whatever decision they made but urged them to “think carefully” before deciding what to do.
Prince William hosted a wildlife taskforce meeting amid Megxit drama
Prince William today beamed as he hosted a wildlife taskforce meeting - while Prince Harry jetted off to Canada.
The Duke of Cambridge headed to the United for Wildlife charity event today, a cause created by him and his brother Prince Harry seven years ago.
William was left to attend the event alone today after Harry quit as a royal and flew to North America to be with Meghan Markle.
The 37-year-old appeared in good spirits as he attended the meeting of the United for Wildlife Taskforces at St James's Palace today.
Kate Middleton to complete four royal engagements in just 24 hours
Kate is launching a major survey on early childhood, which she hopes will trigger “lasting change for generations to come”.
The tour, which will include visits to nurseries and baby sensory classes in Birmingham, London, Cardiff and Surrey, is to raise awareness of the Five Big Questions on the Under Fives poll.
The duchess began her tour with a visit yesterday to MiniBrum, an interactive, child-sized mini-city at Thinktank, Birmingham’s science museum.