Meghan, Duchess of Sussex presents the Celebrating Excellence Award to Nathan Forster, a former soldier of the Army's Parachute Regiment, at the Endeavour Fund awards at Drapers' Hall on February 7, 2019 in London, England. Tolga Akmen -WPA Pool/Getty Images

Meghan Markle will not live in London’s Kensington Palace for much longer, but while she is there, she apparently performs a nice gesture for the palace guards. The Duchess of Sussex reportedly leaves boxes of hand warmers around her home to battle cold London temperatures, according to friends of Markle who visited the home recently.

People Magazine published interviews with Markle’s friends this week, which addressed a wide range of topics about one of the Royal Family’s newest members. One small detail that caught Royal Family enthusiasts’ eyes is that Markle keeps the hand warmers around palace grounds just in case the guards get too chilly.

According to her friends, Markle takes them to the guard stations because she does not want them to get cold.

The Duchess is a native of Los Angeles, a city that has drastically different weather patterns than London. LA was in the mid-70s last week, while London has a high of 51 on Saturday.

Unfortunately for the guards at Kensington, that treatment might not last much longer. Markle and Prince Harry are expected to move out of the palace soon, with ITV reporting that the move will happen in March. The royal couple will move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

It is not fully known why they are leaving Kensington Palace. They were reportedly introduced to the property by Queen Elizabeth II herself, and unsurprisingly, royal gossip suggested Markle and Kate Middleton were feuding around the time the move was announced late last year.

Prince Harry and the Duchess will reportedly try to get settled in at least a few weeks before her baby is due. The child is expected to be born in late spring.