The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have reportedly moved out of their home on Vancouver Island in Canada to Los Angeles.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle plan to move into a permanent home close to Hollywood, where they are currently in lockdown with baby Archie, according to The Sun.
Markle grew up in LA and it's where her mother, Doria Ragland, resides.
"It would allow Meghan to be close to her mother and the majority of her friends," royal commentator Kristen Meinzer told Insider of the rumoured LA move in October last year.
"It would give Archie a grounding in one half of his culture. And it would better connect Harry to his wife's history, and his own — let's not forget that Princess Diana's great-grandmother, Frances Ellen Work, was an American," she added.
Harry, Markle, and Archie relocated from their Frogmore Cottage home in Windsor to Vancouver Island in November last year, where they remained up until their reported move to the US.
Since then, the couple has been pursuing private work in the US. Disney announced on Thursday that Meghan is narrating one of its newest nature documentaries, Elephant, which will be available to stream on Disney+ starting April 3.
The project—which will benefit the organization Elephants Without Borders—was rumoured to be in the works since before Meghan and Prince Harry announced their decision to step down from the monarchy.
They will officially split from the household on 31 March, following their final royal engagements this month.