Royal fans were left delighted earlier this week when Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shared a new photo of baby son Archie. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who are now spending some down time in Canada, came upon Asymina Kantorowicz and her boyfriend, Iliya Pavlovic, during a hike on Vancouver Island's Horth Hill Regional Park.
One of the women from the group approached Kantorowicz and Iliya Pavlovic and asked if they wanted help. She explained that she didn't realize at first who had offered her help with the selfie, but when she finally looked at who was standing in front of her, it suddenly hit her.
But after the realization of who she was speaking to Kantorowicz says she "froze up". When she looked back at the group, she saw Prince Harry standing there. / (c) Meghan Markle/Instagram " I kept looking back and forth like, 'Is this actually happening?'" She attended Immaculate Heart Middle School, but her older sister attended its companion high school in Los Angeles alongside Meghan Markle. "She laughed and responded with something like, 'We'll have to do better, ' and then Harry said, 'No pressure'".
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They were checking the pictures they had just taken when a woman from the group approached them.
"It's important to us, so I grew up with that kind of sentiment". "It feels like a dream".
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were gifted one of Make Give Live's hat during their visit to New Zealand in 2018 when Meghan was pregnant. "I hope they're enjoying their stay on Vancouver Island". She described the moment of seeing Markle smiling at her and waiting to take the photo as "shock" and "disbelief". "We didn't want to make a big deal of it".