“They spend a lot of time in [rural English region] the Cotswolds, more than people realise,” a royal insider told Vanity Fair.
“They are in the country way more than they are in London and they are enjoying a low-key and very domesticated start to married life.
“Harry’s not around that much anymore. Meghan likes him to keep his diary clear at the weekends so they can be together in the countryside.”
The couple are renting a property on the Great Tew Estate, protected by around-the-clock armed security guards and surveillance cameras.
In the two months since the royal wedding, Meghan has been forced to deal with her father Thomas Markle and half-sister Samantha Markle slamming her in the press.
She’s also been accused of breaking royal protocol, such as when she allegedly shared a political opinion regarding Ireland’s recent vote to legalise abortion.
Harry has made it known since the beginning of the couple’s relationship that he does not want Meghan to be hounded in the same way his late mother Princess Diana