Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Owe Their Canadian Getaway to David Foster


Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have sent their "prayers" to those caught up in the Australian bushfires. Asymina Kantorowicz and her boyfriend had just finished their New Year's Day picnic when they wanted to snap a photo in a remote part of a Canadian park. However, they came up and offered to help because Markle "saw us struggling to take photos". Next time you see a couple of group struggling to find the flawless angle for a pic, or you see one person not included because they're taking the photo, be like Meg and step in and offer your services.

She recognised one member as Suits actress Abigail Spencer - and it was only then that she realised the woman's more famous former co-star and close royal friend was also present and had been the one to take their photo.

Asymina said: "I froze up. Then I looked to the side and that was when I realized that Prince Harry was standing there". I actually couldn't believe who it was. The source said that the prince started to blame Meghan Markle.

The caption read, "Happy New Year!" He declined to name its owner, but says that Meghan, Harry, Archie and Doria were able to spend so much time on Vancouver Island before the story got out shows just how special his hometown is.

"We can expect something as transformational this year, if not more so as these eclipses fall in Cancer where they both have their natal moon. We've loved meeting so many of you from around the world and can't wait to meet many more of you next year", the duke and duchess captioned the video.

Kantorowicz added: 'We kind of turned to each other laughed and said, "Did that just happen?"

Meghan, 38, took three photos of the couple before the group left with a black dog and a beagle. "It feels like a dream".

Kantorowicz described the Duchess as "super friendly", and she said that they wouldn't have noticed the royal hiking party if they didn't approach them. "We don't want to become high-pressured, we will keep it fun".

Prince Harry and Meghan are now on a six-week break and they spent Christmas in Canada, with Doria Ragland.

'I was in shock and I didn't want to make it a big deal.

They earlier shared a never-before-seen shot of baby Archie in a highlight reel of the family's most memorable moments from 2019.