Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Sneak Off To California To Visit Her Mom

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are two of the most famous people in the world, and all eyes are on them virtually all the time. It came as a surprise when reports were coming in stating that Harry and Meghan have been sneaking off to Los Angeles, California to visit her mother, Doria Ragland.

Doria, who works as a social worker, has been living in the same modest bungalow in L.A. since 1994, and she enjoys a very close relationship with her daughter. Neighbors have said that they have seen Meghan and Harry at the bungalow multiple times in the past few months.

“Meghan will always come back to Doria, this will always be her home,” one neighbor said. “They are forever in touch, and Meghan has been here to stay on more than one occasion since going public with Harry.”

“Meghan is a mommy’s girl — their special mother-daughter bond hasn’t disappeared just because she’s moved to England,” the neighbor added. “I even saw him here once, but it’s not my place to say any more.”

The royal couple may not need to sneak off to L.A. much longer, however, as reports state that Doria is planning to move to the United Kingdom after Meghan’s baby is born next month.

While Meghan is estranged from her father and many other family members, both her and Harry love spending time with Doria. In fact, Doria is so popular with the royal family that they gave a rare Christmas invitation to her last year.

After Meghan’s pregnancy was announced last fall, Doria released a brief statement indicating that she can’t wait to be a grandmother.

“Ms. Ragland is very happy about this lovely news, and she looks forward to welcoming her first grandchild,” a spokesman for her said.

Are you surprised to see that Meghan and Harry have been sneaking off to L.A.? Let us know in the comments section.

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