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Archie and Lilibet: rare Halloween outing with Meghan and Prince Harry, details revealed


Royal family or not, when it comes to Halloween, all children – even the most famous – want to rush outside to ask for a sweet… or a spell! And so it was for Meghan and Harry’s children, who celebrated 31 October in style, with pumpkins under their arms.

With a wreath on their heads, Meghan and Harry’s children were eager to roam the streets of Montecito in search of sweets and chocolates. And Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan Markle, couldn’t resist. In fact, the little family was spotted, pumpkin-shaped baskets under their arms and hand in hand, on a tour of the streets, as tradition dictates. In a surreptitious shot posted on X (formerly Twitter), Meghan can be seen carrying her daughter and Prince Harry, who is holding Prince Archie’s hand, with their pumpkin baskets.

And if the photo was deemed “cute” by Internet users, it’s because it’s rare to come across members of the British royal family – especially the world-famous and controversial couple Meghan and Harry represent at the moment – in the middle of the streets of Montecito. The foursome strolled along the road, dressed simply and soberly for all to see. It was enough to delight fans and set the Web ablaze. The photo was shared en masse and quickly went viral on social networks.


The children were dressed up

In the photo, you can see Archie, who appears to be dressed in a skeleton costume, while Lilibet, in his mum’s arms, is wearing a pink costume. For her part, the former Suits star is wearing simple dark blue jeans, a black T-shirt and a matching black cap. As for Harry, he is wearing a charcoal grey top and dark denim jeans, and the same black cap as his wife. In short, a normal family that will never really be normal, sharing a lovely moment together to celebrate Halloween.

Photo credits: Zuma Press / Bestimage

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