In the midst of a pandemic crisis, when the whole world is under the attack of the fast-spreading COVID-19 virus, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex decided to leave Vancouver before the closing of the border between Canada and the US and permanently settle down in Los Angeles together with their ten-month son Archie. Although the United States are currently becoming an epicenter of the contagion and the number of coronavirus victims continues to rise, the family wasn't deterred from taking a private plane and hastily changing their place of residence.
Meghan and Harry's timing really couldn't have been better. Their crazy fast change of location must have been another low blow not only for the queen, but also for the other members of the royal family. Prince Harry's actions make him look like an insolent and ungrateful son in the eyes of many of his fans. His father, Prince Charles, was diagnosed with coronavirus a few days ago, and now the heir to the throne is facing a battle with this insidious disease. His loved ones as well as the citizens of Britain worry his health.
Yet in the middle of it all, the couple seem to have realized that the world keeps spinning round - and why not just move to another city during the crisis? Besides, Meghan's mother Doria lives in Hollywood, and so do a lot of her friends, especially those from the film industry. She certainly won't have a shortage of job opportunities. Both of them have given up their royal duties and so they're entitled to a peaceful life like any regular mortal, right?
What do singer and acclaimed rocker Jon Bon Jovi and Prince Harry have in common? The answer is: a freshly released song for charity!
Singer Bon Jovi and Prince Harry met at the end of February to release the new single "Unbroken" together. The proceeds from the song, which was recorded at the iconic music studio Abbey Road, will go to the Invictus Games Foundation, founded by Prince Harry for wounded veterans. Give it a listen, maybe you'll discover that Prince Harry might just become the new Ed Sheeran in the coming years.
His wife Meghan isn't sitting at home either. As a former actress, she must be looking forward to the days when she will be able to stand in front of the camera again. Considering the nearly world-wide quarantine, it probably take some time for that to happen, and so she had to settle for voice acting in the meantime. A small job in show business is better than none, right? Meghan signed a contract with the Disney Channel, lending her voice to a new documentary called "Elephant." The film will be released on April 3. We bet that Meghan won't drown in the old-new waters of Hollywood!