Meghan Markle said it 'was good to be out connecting with people' as she delivered food parcels with Prince Harry

MEGHAN Markle said "it was good to be out connecting with people" as she delivered food parcels with Prince Harry, an insider has revealed.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent their Easter delivering meals for those too ill to cook for themselves.

The couple reportedly signed up to volunteer with Project Angel Food, which takes non-perishable meals to people with critical illnesses around West Hollywood.

An insider told the Daily Mail: "Meghan and Harry were really down-to-earth. Meghan had been looking for an organization to get behind and says Project Angel Food is the perfect fit.

"She plans on volunteering much more with Harry and for the time being urged her mom to stay home and stay safe."

Meghan reportedly wanted to volunteer with the organisation as her mother Doria Ragland is a supporter of their founder Marianne Williamson.

The source continued: "Meghan said it felt good to finally be out and about, connecting with people.

"It was surreal and just so heartwarming. They brought so many smiles and made Easter so special for those who needed it the most.

Although some people didn't recognise the couple wearing face masks as they made the deliveries, the publication reports that one elderly broke down in tears and welcomed them to Los Angeles.

Last month, the family relocated to Los Angeles from Canada to be near Doria amid the coronavirus crisis and are living in a mansion in California with their two dogs.

Earlier this week, Harry and Meghan also pledged £90,000 to a UK-based hunger charity to support them through the coronavirus crisis.

Meghan's friend also reportedly claimed they'd spoken to the Duchess about the prospect of having more children.

The source said: "Meghan lit up when she spoke about Archie. She said he's a bundle of energy and prefers playing over sleeping.

"She joked that he needs a pint-size little buddy other than the dogs."

In more Royal Family news, Kate Middleton admitted she felt ‘guilty’ about the homeschool lie she told Prince George and Princess Charlotte over the Easter holidays.

Plus the mum who joined Prince Harry on video call praised ‘lovely’ royal and said ‘it came at just the right time’.

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