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Meghan Markle Regularly Sneaks Out of Kensington Palace and Goes Incognito in London

She's been able to get in and out when she needs to.
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Meghan Markle officially moved to Kensington Palace less than three months ago, but E! already has details about how she sneaks out of the palace and goes around the city largely unnoticed—something she has been doing through her time quietly dating Harry.

The property has "six exits and entrances," a member of the press who regularly reports on Markle’s activity told the outlet. "She's been able to get in and out when she needs to, and she's doing very well with managing to go incognito."

"Kate can be spotted almost every day if people looked for her," another source explained. "But Meghan and Harry have taken their privacy to a whole new level. They swap cars all the time, Meghan's been using different disguises, hats. They're being extremely clever so they can go in and out without being seen. They are taking a completely different approach than William and Kate."

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In terms of Markle’s London hotspots, Markle is apparently a big fan of the Whole Foods—and its acai bowls—across the road from the palace, according to E!. She and Harry like having date nights at Dean Street Townhouse by Soho House, a private members-only club with multiple locations in London.

Marke also likes eating at Bocca di Lupo, an Italian restaurant in London's Soho, E! reports, and royal fans say she’s been seen at Kensington Flower Corner to buy fresh bouquets for her and Harry’s place. Pink peonies are apparently her favorite for Harry’s Nottingham Cottage home.

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From: ELLE US

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com
*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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