Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry make appearance at Miami event: report

By Zach Harper

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have made their first appearance since Jan. 7, when they visited Canada House the day before announcing they would step down from their senior royal roles, according to a report.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were the keynote speakers at an exclusive JPMorgan event in Miami on Feb. 6, according to the New York Post. The gig was held at the 1 Hotel in Miami's South Beach, the publication says.

"It was all very hush-hush, with a lot of security," a source said.

The Sussexes have been keeping a low profile since their announcement last month. After revealing their news, Meghan reportedly returned to Canada, while Harry followed soon after. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Archie had been spending time at a North Saanich, B.C. home where they stayed during their break from royal duties late last year.

Harry and Meghan's last joint royal engagement was at Canada House in London on Jan. 7, when they stepped out to thank our country for its hospitality during their extended break from royal duties. Photo: © Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

Touchingly, the community has been rallying around them in an attempt to protect their privacy, with businesses putting up signs saying the press is not welcome after reportedly being inundated with requests about the couple.

Last week, a report said the couple want to spend the summer in Los Angeles and have been looking at homes online there, with the help of Doria Ragland, Meghan's mother. Nothing has been confirmed or officially announced yet, however.

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