Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are reportedly considering moving to Canada.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are in hot water again after declaring war against the press. Markle filed a lawsuit against Mail on Sunday for publishing her private letter to her father. Prince Harry also sued The Sun and The Mirror for an alleged phone hacking.

An insider revealed to Us Weekly that the couple might move to Canada. The former “Suits” star lived in Toronto for years while filming her hit legal drama series.

“Meghan and Harry have considered moving to Canada, as it’s part of the Commonwealth,” a source told the publication.

The insider added that relocating is an option for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Prince Harry and Markle were reportedly considering it for their future.

The report came shortly after American netizens commented on Rod Liddle’s article with the headline: “Please America, take Meghan Markle back.” Many Americans commented after Andy Ngo shared the article and said that they do not want Markle back in the U.S.

“All yours, England. Once she accepted the title she gave up her US citizenship and......... we don't really want her,” one user wrote.

“No Thanks. The brits are stuck with her. My British friends say they are not happy. A celebrity not royalty. They take their royals very seriously,” another user added.

A different online user called Markle a traitor and said that they do not take traitors back. Many users commented and said that they do not want the duchess back, with some joking and saying that there is a “no-return policy” when Markle move to London to marry Prince Harry.

In related news, Prince Harry’s close pal Nacho Figueras just recently defended the couple and said that Markle gave up everything to marry the man she loves. However, netizens did not agree with the polo star and said that Markle gave up nothing for her husband.

One netizen said that Markle was just a “Z list actress” and marrying a royal only gave her more exposure and privileges. Another said that Markle had nothing to give up because she did not have a career or family.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Prince Harry and Meghan visited a Cape Town rights group fighting gender violence. Photo: POOL / Courtney AFRICA