When she married Prince Harry in May 2018, Meghan officially became the Duchess of Sussex, giving them the option to use their Sussex title as a surname, like the majority of styled members of the Royal Family traditionally do.
An insider told the outlet that "Meghan's thrilled to have escaped the chaos of London".
Meghan and Harry accompanied the inspiring quote with a lengthy message.More news: These nursing home residents are spending their lockdown playing "Hungry Hungry Hippos"
Meghan has forbidden Prince Harry from traveling, including to return to the United Kingdom to see his sick father Prince Charles, a source exclusively told DailyMail.com.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could be making a very interesting TV appearance very soon - just not in the way you may be imagining.
DailyMail.com previously revealed Meghan and Harry were self-isolating in Canada, and Meghan had confided in friends that her husband felt "helpless" and was "concerned" about the Queen and his father Prince Charles catching coronavirus.
Speaking on New Idea's ROYALS podcast, Ms Mollard said: "Do you remember when Harry was seen talking to the boss of Disney saying she's available for voiceover work and everyone laughed at the time because it coincided with them leaving to go to Canada".More news: United Kingdom will have coronavirus testing kits ready in days, health official says
It's telling in the sense that these two are still her family.
They added: 'Archie has now learned how to pull himself up while in the crib which Meghan said is cute, but can be a bit nerve-wracking. "She feels like a new person". They have also cut down on employing the help of royal aid and service staff during this time. They stressed the importance of mental health in a post four days ago.
'She said they are working with a mental health non-profit to create some sort of online support system for those most vulnerable, like new mothers suffering from postpartum depression. According to a poll published by The Express, the British "don't need them".More news: Number of COVID-19 cases among Amazon workers rises