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Prince Harry just gave us a tiny (and we mean tiny) glimpse of his new life in California with Meghan Markle and his son Archie. 

Over the weekend, the Duke of Sussex teamed up with WellChild, an organization for which he is a patron, to virtually talk with parents who are currently caring for seriously ill children. The organization, a children's charity helping to get sick kids and young people out of the hospital and home to their families, shared the entire video call on their official YouTube account. 

During the conversation, the 35-year-old also learned about the challenges of social isolation for the families who often rely heavily on support from staff to supply round-the-clock care for their kids and even offered some kind words of encouragement and praise. 

And although we can’t see too much of where Harry is video chatting from, we can assume (thanks to stay-at-home orders) it is the house where he and Meghan Markle are currently residing in Los Angeles. News of their big move broke last month in a People exclusive, stating that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have left their home in Vancouver Island, Canada, and are now settled in Markle’s hometown (where her mother, Doria Ragland, also lives). Per the report, due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the duo and their son have been staying in a secluded compound.

What we can see from the clip is a beige wall and a wooden cabinet with some sort of white appliance (maybe a printer?). Either way, we’re getting some serious neutral vibes. 

Harry isn’t the only royal giving us a look inside their home during social distancing. Last week, Prince William and Kate Middleton shared a sneak peek into their Norfolk country home.

One thing’s for sure, these royals love clean, neutral colors. 

RELATED: Prince William & Kate Middleton Just Gave Followers a Rare Look Inside Their Country Home at Norfolk

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