In California, the eldest son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will soon start his preschool. Far from his cousins, little Archie will receive an education similar to that of Prince Louis by integrating an establishment where the happiness of the child comes first.
In March 2020, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left the United Kingdom to settle in California, USA. While their son, Archie, lives far away from his cousins, George, Charlotte and Louis, he will receive a similar education in an American preschool to what he would have received in the UK. Thus, the little boy is expected to receive a similar education to Prince Louis’ youngest child, who attends Willcocks Nursery School in Kensington. In this school, the child’s happiness comes first when he begins to acquire skills in reading, but also in math. These schools also focus on “expressive arts and design.”
For Hello magazine, Hannah Hargrave, who has lived in Los Angeles for sixteen years and who sent her daughter to the same school that little Archie will be joining this fall, explained, “Having experienced preschool in Los Angeles and the UK, I’ve found that they are very flexible in the US. Although I had great experiences in England, they were even more creative there.
They really changed the activities on a daily basis. It wasn’t considered just a ‘babysitting’ situation, it was all about having fun.” Convinced by the system, the young woman revealed, “There was a real emphasis on nature and being outside and at Henley Preschool there was a giant turtle roaming around, as well as chickens and other animals. As far as activities go, one that stood out for me was that they created their own farmers market!”
An activity Archie should love
Referring to the farmer’s market, Hannah Hargrave told Hello, “The parents brought in fresh fruits and vegetables and the kids made their own bags and they set up booths for after school where parents could come and buy the produce.” A perfect activity for Lilibet’s big brother who has a chicken coop nicknamed ‘Archie’s Chick Inn.’