A new report details how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry flew from Vancouver, Canada to Los Angeles without anyone noticing.
The move involved multiple airports and a private jet.
Back in March, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle surprised us by moving from Canada to Los Angeles after their big move out of England. Reports of their move came after the couple arrived in the states and didn't include when Harry and Meghan left Canada, but it looks like that was by design—the royal couple was super secretive about it.
But a new report from the Daily Mail shares exactly how Meghan and Harry were able to slip into LA without people noticing (remember when Harry arrived in Canada and there were a ton of pics?). An insider tells the outlet that the move was "a well-planned operation that appears to have worked perfectly."
Harry and Meghan are reportedly staying at Tyler Perry's "secluded compound" at the moment, and they also borrowed his private jet to fly to Los Angeles. They left Canada early in the morning and landed in a "corporate airport" in Portland, Oregon to go through customs. They did that so when they arrived in Los Angeles, Harry and Meghan could quickly leave the more high-profile airport without going through customs or immigration. Pretty smart, right?
And as a reminder as to why they made the move in the first place, it sounds like the couple wanted to be closer to friends a family. A source previously told The Sun:
They have a big support network [in Los Angeles]. It’s where their new team of Hollywood agents and PRs and business managers are based. Meghan has lots of friends there and, of course, her mum, Doria.
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