Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have become "total homebodies" recently.
The couple - who have been dating since last summer - hit the headlines at the end of May when they attended the wedding reception of Pippa Middleton and James Matthews together and now they have decided to spend some quality time together at Kensington Palace, where the prince lives, in London away from the cameras.
A source told E! News: "They've just been chilling at home. There's always someone watching or trying to get pics when they go out that they're pretty happy just staying in and doing nothing. They like to cook, watch movies and that kind of thing."
However, all that looks set to change soon as the 'Suits' actress has reportedly landed her own documentary titled 'Meet the Markles'.
The programme will run for one hour and will explore the star's childhood, her upbringing in Los Angeles, as well as her charity work, which has seen her become a spokeswoman for numerous organisations including One Young World.
The upcoming show is also set to undergo genealogical research on Meghan in a bid to trace her ancestry as far back as possible.
It will also explore Meghan's love life and how her and her beau Prince Harry - who is fifth in line to the British throne - first met, as well as their future together.
The news of Meghan's documentary comes shortly after her estranged half-sister, Samantha Grant, claimed she had penned a book revealing all of the details of growing up with Meghan as a child, and slammed the star for her "cheap" philanthropic projects.
But Meghan is aware of the added elements that come with fame and dating a member of the royal family.
Speaking previously about the pressures of having her life thrust in the spotlight because of her celebrity status, she said: "With fame comes opportunity, but it also includes responsibility."