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Meghan and Prince Harry moved: Archie goes into nursery to learn ’emotional literacy’ and ‘how to be nice’


Archie should be a nice boy. At least, his parents are doing everything they can to make him one. According to the Daily Mail, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have enrolled their 2-year-old son in a daycare center that specializes in teaching kindness.

While in 2021 the spotlight was on Lilibet Diana, born last June 4, his big brother Archie is making news in early 2022. The Daily Mail reveals this Sunday, January 2, that the little boy of 2 and a half years has made his entry into a nursery like no other. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would have chosen to send their son to an institution that specializes in teaching “emotional literacy” and that teaches “how to be kind”. This school should also allow him to learn languages such as Spanish, but also to practice more playful activities such as music, dance or theater. This will ensure a complete awakening and perhaps stimulate certain artistic predispositions.


In this atypical nursery, the Sussex’s son would be a child almost like the others. “Harry often drops Archie off and picks him up, and seems to be a good father,” one of the parents of a child enrolled in the same nursery as Archie told the Mirror. “All the parents were relaxed to welcome Harry and Meghan, without making a fuss. And for the other kids, Archie is just one of them,” he continued. “They don’t know his parents are royalty and probably wouldn’t care, unless Meghan is a Disney princess,” he concluded with humor.

Already environmentally aware

According to the Daily Mail, in the nursery where Archie is enrolled, the children are welcomed in small classes, where they are not too many. This must undoubtedly reassure the parents in this new emotional stage in the life of their child. The school is, like Archie’s grandfather, Prince Charles, very attached to the environment. From the age of 2, children can grow and harvest vegetables. The nursery is surrounded by gardens with fruit trees. A visibly idyllic setting to start a child’s education.

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