“Let them have their peace and quiet. For us to be so lucky to have them in the area, how lucky is that? I wish them all the privacy they can possibly get. They deserve it," Bev told Vancouver Sun.
“Horth Hill’s become a very popular place now. And they jog around, so they’ve been seen. It’s kind of exciting. I hope everything goes fine for them. They’re breaking away from tradition and I just wish them all the best.”
The couple opted to spend Christmas out of England, in order to partake in "private family time in Canada."
Earlier this month, Buckingham Palace confirmed the couple would not be spending Christmas in London but would be making their way to the US to celebrate with Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.
"Having spent the last two Christmases at Sandringham, their royal highness' will spend the holiday this year, as a new family, with the duchess's mother Doria," the palace said in a statement.
"This decision is in line with the precedent set previously by other members of the Royal Family and has the support of Her Majesty The Queen."
However, shortly after another announcement was made, confirming the family would visit Canada over the festive period.
"As has been reported, Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are spending private family time in Canada," a spokesperson said.
"The decision to base themselves in Canada reflects the importance of this Commonwealth country to them both.
"The Duke of Sussex has been a frequent visitor to Canada over many years, and it was also home to The Duchess for seven years before she became a member of the Royal Family.
"They are enjoying sharing the warmth of the Canadian people and the beauty of the landscape with their young son."
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