Don’t be surprised if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are spotted doing more community service in Los Angeles. A source tells People that Markle is using their charity work as a means to show Prince Harry around their new home town.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made several deliveries in Los Angeles for Project Angel Food, a non-profit charity that provides cooked meals to ill people who are especially vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Meghan said is she wanted to show Harry Los Angeles through the eyes of philanthropy,” Richard Ayoub, Project Angel Food’s executive director, told the outlet. “There’s obviously a great deal of love and selflessness between them.”

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Another source told the outlet that “they only leave their house for charity work.” Other than that, it is reported that the royal couple has been laying low.

“They spend their evenings at home as a family,” the insider added. “They haven’t had any visitors.”

The couple's charitable efforts come after they stepped down from their senior royal positions within the British royal family last month. It also follows their decision to ban certain outlets access to their future engagements.

As previously reported, Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry sent letters out to The Sun, Daily Express, Daily Mirror, and Daily Mail on April 19 promising to never work with them again. In the letters, they also explained how they intend to use their relationship with the media to serve others moving forward.

“...they look forward to doing whatever they can to help further opportunities for more diverse and underrepresented voices, who are needed now more than ever,” the letter read. “What they won’t do is offer themselves up as currency for an economy of clickbait and distortion. We are encouraged that this new approach will be heard and respected.”

This move from the couple comes after the Duchess filed a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Limited, the publisher of the Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, last October. The lawsuit accuses the publication of sharing a handwritten letter she sent to her father, Thomas Markle Sr., following her 2018 wedding. The exact claim is for breach of copyright, infringement of her privacy, and breaches of the Data Protection Act.