Reunited in Canada, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are likely to be focused on house-hunting as they make a fresh start away from the UK.
The Duke of Sussex has arrived in Canada to be reunited with wife Meghan and son Archie.
The Duke of Sussex has reportedly left for Canada to be reunited with his wife and son as his brother the Duke of Cambridge continues with a busy schedule of royal duties.
The Duke of Sussex has reportedly flown back to Canada to be reunited with his wife and baby son after his decision to step back from royal life was endorsed by the chairman of his flagship charity.
The public is likely to face an “enormous bill” for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s future security, a former Home Office minister has warned.
The Duke of Sussex has described how his son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor has already joyfully experienced his first Canadian snowfall.
With the Duke and Duchess of Sussex quitting royal life completely, there are many issues that remain unanswered or that are still to be decided upon.
Working nine-to-five in a humdrum job is unlikely to be the path chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, but as it stands it is not known how exactly the couple will earn a living.
The Duke of Sussex has said he is “taking a leap of faith” in stepping back from his life as a member of the royal family, but “there really was no other option”.
Several UK newspaper front pages were hastily changed after the Duke of Sussex said he wanted his family to have a “more peaceful” life away from the royal family.
Here is the text of the Duke of Sussex’s remarks about his future made during a speech at a private dinner at the Ivy Chelsea Garden in central London for his charity Sentebale.