Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been praised for helping the vulnerable while doing secret charity work for hours in California.
ABC royal expert Omid Scobie said a source confirmed to him that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been doing volunteer work the public doesn't know about.
Speaking on the HeirPod podcast, he told co-host Maggie Rulli that the prince kept a low profile, worked for at least four hours in difficult heat and focussed solely on the tasks at hand.
He said: "I checked in with a source this week who said that both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been doing work outside that we just don't know about yet.
"They have been doing things on a voluntary basis so I think we only have these small snapshots of some of the projects they have been involved in, like helping to deliver meals very early on into moving to LA."
Harry also participated in volunteering work that helps military veterans who are experiencing homelessness and hardships.
"I spoke to someone who was there on the day and they said Prince Harry put in a good four-hour shift on this one," the host continues.
"It wasn't just showing up just for the looks of it, he had his mask on, cap pulled down low and was just getting on with the work.
"It was a hot day and I think everyone found it rather difficult out in the sun but there were, I think, hundreds of cars going right up the street.
"They were all sort of driving in for these meal packages and there was a coat drive taking place there as well as we head into winter."
Omid also praised Harry and Meghan for their dedication to causes and working with the community.
"Harry and Meghan have always spoken about the importance of grassroots initiatives and being ingrained in the community that they are a part of," he added.
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