Meghan Markle has been managing a low-key life in London by going incognito.

A source told People that Markle spends most of her weekends in Cotswold with Prince Harry. The Duchess of Sussex regularly venture out to Pilates, and she gets her hair done at the salon. But she keeps her identity private by always wearing a baseball cap.

In the past, Markle has visited Whole Foods, which a little over five minutes away from Kensington Palace. A source said at that time, “That way she can quickly sneak in and out without anyone noticing it’s her.”

Ken Wharfe, Princess Diana’s former bodyguard, told the publication that Markle had to adjust to her new life as a member of the royal family as quickly as possible.

“Every single day is in the public eye. To do the things that she used to do in America, those days are long gone. You can argue she has the biggest acting role ahead of her that she ever had in her life,” he said.

Meanwhile, the things that Markle learned since marrying Prince Harry will be on full display when she travels to Australia with her husband for the Invictus Games. The 16-day overseas tour will also include New Zealand, Fiji, and the Kingdom of Tonga.

Prince Harry and Markle will arrive in Sydney on Oct. 16. They will head to the popular tourist spot of Dubbo, in New South Wales, on Oct. 17. The couple will also head to Melbourne before returning to Sydney for the Invictus Games. The Paralympic-style event launched by Prince Harry will take place from Oct. 22 to Oct. 27.

The Invictus Games have also played a special role in Prince Harry and Markle’s relationship. Their first public outing took place at the sports event in 2016. At that time, Prince Harry and Markle were photographed watching the match from a private room in Toronto. Markle was also joined by her mom, Doria Ragland, that time.