Meghan Markle gives surprising tips that could help Brits in tier 4 in deleted blog post | Royal | News (Reports)

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The Duchess of Sussex used to maintain the blog the Tig while working as an actress in Hollywood where she wrote about subjects ranging from fashion to travel. While she shut the website years ago ahead of her royal wedding to Prince Harry, one of her blog posts emerged recently in light of the coronavirus lockdown.

In one of her pieces of writing, Meghan described the perfect holiday at home, or staycation.

In the blog entry, the former Suits actress emphasised the importance of disconnecting from the outside world from time to time in order to enjoy the time spent at home.

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She wrote: “Without the distractions of texting, Snapping, and reading endless emails, your brain will get the mental detox it so deeply deserves.”

The Duchess also advised to play traditional music from far-flung places in order to get in a vacation mood.

She wrote: “To make this feel even more like a treat, pick a theme and put together a playlist to match.

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“A few ukulele tunes may be all you need to transport you to the beaches of Maui.”

Meghan explained that indulging in a warm bath can always help relax without the need for going to a spa.

She added: “Run yourself an indulgently long and warm bath to soak in. Whatever your pleasure, give yourself all the creature comforts you would indulge in while on vacation.”

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She and Prince Harry moved to California with their son, Archie Harrison, earlier this year and are said to “see their future in the US”.

Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams made the claim after the couple started working independently there.

He said: “It has become clear that, having relocated to Los Angeles, that they see their future in the US.

“They achieved financial independence with a substantial deal with Netflix and another with Spotify for podcasts.”

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