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Washington, Mar 29 (Canadian-Media): Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were not greeted very warmly by United States (U.S.) President Donald Trump amid reports that the pair have moved to the U.S. from Canada, media reports said.
Harry and Meghan. Image credit: Twitter handle
The couple and their son Archie had spent much of this year residing in Canada's west coast, following a six-week Christmas break on Vancouver Island.
The family moved last week to the Los Angeles area where Meghan was raised and where her mother, Doria Ragland, now lives, US media reports.
They have yet to make any formal announcement about their move.
It was announced last month by the Canadian government that it would stop providing security assistance to the family due to the change in their status.
Trump also said the pair would have to pay for their own security.
Prince Harry and Meghan will formally step down as senior royals on 31 March and will no longer carry out duties on behalf of the Queen, but these arrangements will be reviewed after one year.
The president's announcement comes as the novel coronavirus cases continue to grow steadily across the US, currently with 135,499 confirmed cases, and there have been 2,381 deaths.
Coronavirus cases in California are rising rapidly, with 5,565 cases and 121 reported deaths.
A shelter-in-place order was issued last week by Governor Gavin Newsom ordering Californians to remain at home except for providing or accessing essential services.