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Archie a real American boy


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The Sussexes have been living in California for a year. Their son, Archie, has become a real American boy.

The Megxit had the effect of a bomb across the Channel in January 2020. The desire of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to distance themselves from the royal family has particularly upset aficionados of the monarchy. For the past year, the Sussexes have settled in California and bought a luxurious home to raise their son, Archie, as well as their future baby. The little prince is growing up in sunny Los Angeles and has already become a true American.

On the occasion of his birthday on May 6, Queen Elizabeth II spoke with her great-grandson. Sources told the British media Mirror: “Archie Mountbatten-Windsor speaks with a distinct American accent and chats with the queen through the Zoom application.” It is true that the cousin of George, Charlotte and Louis, is in total immersion in the United States, far from the traditional education of the monarchy and the United Kingdom.

A distinct accent

Despite the tensions, the royals made a gesture by sending public birthday wishes to little Archie. Kate Middleton and Prince William shared a photo of the whole family on their social networks, while Queen Elizabeth II had a nice touch for her great grandson. On the official account of the royal family, the Sovereign posted a photo of Meghan Markle and Harry holding their son. Nevertheless, the photograph that made the most talk about her remains the one chosen by Prince Charles, because Meghan Markle does not appear on this picture … A clumsy gesture for some.


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Archie was showered with gifts: Meghan Markle and Harry spoiled their son for his 2nd birthday

Soon to be big brother, little Archie blew out his two candles with his parents, Meghan Markle and Harry, who were determined to celebrate this special occasion.

At just two years old, Archie is the happiness of his parents, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. To celebrate this birthday, celebrated in their California home this Thursday, May 6, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have put the small dishes in the big. If they intend to educate their little boy with their feet on the ground, the two spouses have allowed themselves some small follies for Archie. “They made [his] birthday card themselves and wrote a cute poem inside, showered him with gifts – including outdoor toys – and bought him the cutest birthday outfit,” a source close to the couple told US Weekly.

On the occasion of this anniversary, the former Suits star and her husband launched a donation drive to support the vaccination against Covid-19 in the most disadvantaged countries. A way to support the fight against the virus while sharing an adorable photo of their first-born, where we see her back holding firmly a bunch of balloons. Discreet about their family life, Meghan and Harry protect their son from the gaze of the cameras, since their very controversial installation on the American west coast.

The two parents, reunited in a sublime property in Santa Barbara, decided to enjoy this joyous event “in a private way”, while committing themselves on behalf of their son in a cause that is dear to them. “Harry and Meghan feel so lucky to have such a caring child. Archie is already learning to count and can’t stop saying, ‘Two!” the source added to US Weekly.

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