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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry kicked off their New Year with a relaxing hike during their vacation in Canada - and a surprise encounter with another couple.

Iliya Pavlovic and Asymina Kantorowicz had just finished eating in Vancouver Island's Horth Hill Regional Park on Wednesday afternoon when they started taking photos of themselves with their selfie stick among the natural scenery.

Prince Harry and Markle announced the news on their joint account and shared a photo celebrating the first cause, The Good News Movement.

The parents want to ensure that their son lives a normal life so they decided not to spoil him over the holidays.

In what they're calling "the Archie effect", the company that makes the beanie Archie was seen wearing in a recent Instagram post from his parents' social media account is experiencing a major spike in sales.

Also really happy to find the royal couple in Canada were a pair of unsuspecting hikers who, as luck would have it, had their photo taken by Markle who happened to be hiking on the same trail on New Year's Day.

Very mild through Christmas
Ahead of the big day, the Met Office has issued a yellow thunderstorm warning across the southwest of England and south Wales. Malta is expected to have a windy but dry Christmas Day , with temperatures expected to reach highs of 18℃ and lows of 12℃.

"I froze up. I actually couldn't believe who it was", she recalled. When she looked back at the group, she saw Prince Harry standing there.

With a laugh, the Duchess replied "we'll have to do better", and Harry, 35, joked, "no pressure".

"Wishing you all a very Happy New Year and thanking you for your continued support!"

Meghan took a trio of photos of the couple before leaving with her group, which included the royal couple's two dogs. "Then we kind of turned to each other laughed and said, 'Did that just happen?' I still can't believe it".

"We really appreciated that she stopped to take a photo for us". Indeed, the turning point would lie precisely in the report between George, Louis and Charlotte of Cambridge is Archie Mountbatten Windsor: a source close to Kate Middleton told US Weekly (via Cosmo US) that her children "they love their little cousin " and that in 2020 they would like to see it more often. "It feels like a dream".

The photo shows Prince Harry cuddling his son Archie, alongside a message celebrating the New Year. "I hope they're enjoying their stay on Vancouver Island". "I was in shock and I didn't want to make it a big deal". Well, from baby Archie and Harry's latest picture it definitely looks like the family had a great time.