Meghan Markle Bundles Up for Rare Public Outing With Prince Harry in Beverly Hills

Just days before their first Christmas as California residents, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were spotted in Beverly Hills on Sunday, December 20th.
The Duchess and Duke of Sussex were bundled up in comfortable winter clothes as they appeared to be running errands in town. One afternoon they entered a large building that is home to several stores, including a popular medical spa.
Both wore black face masks that matched Meghan's dark ensemble of black pants, a black top, sunglasses and a hat with knee-high boots and a brown wool parka by J.Crew. Harry wore a gray t-shirt, jeans, sneakers, and a ball cap.
They appear to have left their 19-month-old son Archie Harrison at home in their multi-million dollar mansion in Montecito, California. As the representative of the Royals E! Summer news: "They have settled in the quiet privacy of their community since arriving."
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However, it was inevitable that given their new entertainment deals with Netflix and Spotify, the parents would spend more time in Los Angeles.
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Earlier this month, Meghan and Harry's Archewell Audio company partnered with Spotify on a deal that would include podcasts hosted by the royals. The 39-year-old actress from Suits even admitted her husband "has a podcast voice!" The spouses said in a statement, "What we love about podcasting is that it reminds us all to take a moment and really listen, without the distraction to connect with one another."
As for their multi-year deal with Netflix, they will create content that "informs but also gives hope," Meghan and Harry told the New York Times in September. "As new parents, it is also important to us to create inspiring family programs."
Her last outing in Beverly Hills comes less than a month after Meghan announced she miscarried in July. She wrote a moving essay in the New York Times that recounted her time in the hospital with Harry. "I felt the moisture in his palm and kissed his knuckles, wet from both of our tears," she wrote, adding, "As I stared at the cold white walls, my eyes were glassy. I tried to imagine how we would heal. "
The LA native said that losing a child "means enduring almost unbearable grief, which many have experienced but which few speak of". The 36-year-old prince supported her decision to write about her experience of motherhood, E! Learned news at the time.
The day after the article appeared, the pair celebrated Thanksgiving at home and greeted Meghan's LA mother, Doria Ragland, to enjoy her family dinner, which featured traditional recipes and vegetables from her Santa Barbara garden.
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Meghan and Harry are said to be excited about decorating their new home for Christmas and they are not expected to travel to England for the holidays, Cosmopolitan reported last month. Per People, the Sussexes also surprised guests at a Christmas tree farm earlier this month when they picked their perfect evergreen.
And while it's possible they picked up some presents in Beverly Hills, the couple already appears to have done a bit of Christmas shopping for their A-list neighbors.
Last week, Oprah Winfrey announced that Meghan had sent her the best present: Clevr's SuperLatte mix with special instructions on how to brew Meghan's go-to-golden SuperLatte. Oprah showed her 19 million Instagram followers the goodies and wrote: "On Christmas Day my neighbor 'M' sent me ... a basket full of goodies!" The media mogul added, "Yes, the M," with a distinctive crown emoji for good measure.
We will certainly add these battens to our wish list as soon as possible.
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