Two royal horses are living a lush and easy-going life in North Nowra.
But it wasn't always like that for Harry and Meghan Sparkle.
A little while ago the pair were left abandoned on a property for a few months in drought-like conditions.
They were previously owned by an man in his 80s in Sydney but his health declined and he passed away so the two royals were forgotten about.
The Animal Welfare League rescued the horses who were in a horrific condition and needed eight months of rehab.
Their original names were unknown so AWL staff christened them Harry and Meghan.
When they saw a call for adoption North Nowra resident John Hughes and his wife Robyn knew straight away they wanted to help out.
"AWL were desperate to get a home for them where they could remain together because she [Meghan] gets very anxious if she separated from Harry," Mr Hughes said.
"We were in the very fortunate position of having the back part of our property lightly treed and already had some shelter and water available for horses.
"The [AWL] inspector classified this as horse heaven."
They then built some additional stalls, automatic feeders, an additional water system, have a neighbour who checks on them when they're away and installed cameras so they could keep a close eye on them.
When the pair first arrived at John's property they were quite reserved, skittish around people and had a lack of trust.
After six months of being at John and Robyn's property in North Nowra, Harry and Meghan are regaining their confidence.
"They have now reached a whole new level of being calm, relaxed, not so desperate for food, because they do get fed four times a day," he said.
"Now, they will see us coming down to the property and come straight over, primarily because they think they're going to get something to eat.
"From a very, very sad circumstance that they were in, they can now live the life of Royals."
John was passionate about AWL's work helping animals and encouraged everyone to help out if they could.
"AWL does a wonderful job but they can't do that job without the support of people in the community," he said.
"So I would urge everyone to provide whatever support they can to AWL and help them so they can continue to do great work like this with Harry and Meghan."