The Duke and Duchess have jetted off to Canouan, a small three-mile wide island in the Caribbean

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle fly to the Caribbean without Archie and Lilibet – all the details

Without their two young children, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have taken a romantic getaway to Canouan, a tiny Caribbean island that is three miles wide.

The two were allegedly seen leaving a gourmet food store inside the Sandy Lane Yacht Club and Marina in Glossy Bay, on the southern side of the small island, which is well-known for being the place where “billionaires go to escape millionaires,” according to a Daily Mail photo.

Harry wore a black baseball cap and shorts with a basic tee shirt, while Meghan wore an ivory maxi dress by Chloe and a white panama hat and white Goyard tote.


Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visit Bondi Beach on October 19, 2018 in Sydney, Australia   Photo: Samir Hussein


Canouan Island, which is in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, describes itself as “evolving into one of the world’s most sought-after luxury vacation spots.” It is home to a championship golf course, opulent superyacht marina, and stunning white sand beaches with crystal-clear blue waters.

The royal family has a variety of places to stay, but since Meghan is close to Soho House Chief Membership Officer Markus Anderson, they might stay at Soho Beach House, which has a $1,200 price tag; members like Meghan pay $1,020 a night.

One of the retail establishments in the Marina that provides a “limited-edition assortment of fresh, seasonal organic products, ranging from vegetables to cheeses, candies, seafood, and premium meat cuts imported from France,” is Faye, where they were spotted.


Harry and Meghan recently returned from Germany
Photo: Karwai Tang


Following their flight into New York City to participate in a mental wellness summit organised by their Archewell Foundation, they are on their way. During her conversation with Carson Daly on World Mental Health Day, Meghan brought up her personal experience as a mother to Princess Lilibet, who is two, and Prince Archie, who is four.

Experts and bereaved parents who have tragically lost children due to social media use joined the royals in discussing the need for improvements in online safety.

Meghan stated: “Being a mum is the most important thing in my entire life… outside of course, being a wife to this one [Prince Harry].”However, I will admit that while I’m grateful that our kids are still relatively young and that this won’t affect us right away, I’m also afraid of how things will continue to change and affect us in the near future.

“It’s said that although parenting is a demanding job, the years are fleeting. I’m concerned about it, but the progress we’ve made in the last year also gives me a lot of hope and energy.”


Meghan and Harry were moved by the families’ stories at the Archewell Foundation’S mental health summit in NYC   Photo: Getty Images


“A year ago we met some of the families, not all of them,” she said, referring to the families she had met who had tragically lost children. It was impossible not to cry at the time, as I’m sure many of you have done as you hear these stories now.

“As parents, we have very young children—two and a half and four years old—but social media is here to stay.”I believe that something has devolved from an entry point that was intended to be positive in building community, and it is impossible to hear that and not try to assist these families in having their stories heard.

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