Prince Harry Is Enjoying The Post-Royal Life; Spotted Riding A Bike Along The Beaches Of Malibu To Surf

While Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have kept a low profile since they moved to the States, Prince Harry was spotted enjoying a ride on his bike along the beaches of Malibu, checking out the waves at a beach

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Prince Harry Is Enjoying The Post-Royal Life; Spotted Riding A Bike Along The Beaches Of Malibu To Surf
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left everyone shocked when they announced stepping down from their royal duties, in January. After fulfilling their final duties as senior members of the Royal family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, along with their son Archie, spent some time in Canada. After that, they moved to the US, and have been keeping a low profile ever since. However, people are always curious about them and are always looking for updates. Now, Prince Harry seemed to have stepped out to enjoy a bike ride.

HollywoodLife.com reported that that Prince Harry was seen biking alongside the beaches of Malibu. An eyewitness shared the details with the portal and revealed that Prince Harry was spotted biking down the Pacific Highway on June 30, at around 3 pm (Pacific Time Zone) and seemed to have stopped to look at the waves at Surfrider Beach. The eyewitness revealed that Prince Harry was biking at First Point, where the surfers come in, and was seen in a white biking outfit, with red and black. He also had a helmet on.

“It appeared he was going to surf because he stopped to check out the waves. Harry really seems to be enjoying the post-royal life and being a normal Cali dude!” said the eyewitness.


Meanwhile, in a video shared by England Rugby’s Instagram, Prince Harry revealed what he has been missing from the UK while he is in quarantine in Los Angeles home. In the video, he can be seen saying, “We all miss rugby.” Read more about it here.




Image Source: Instagram/englandrugby
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