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Meghan Markle and Harry: How their son Archie lives the arrival of his little sister


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Meghan Markle and Harry are preparing to welcome a second child into their home. Before their daughter shows up, the Sussex couple is taking care to savor every moment with their eldest, Archie, as a source told Life & Style. But how does he live the arrival of his little sister?

The arrival of a little brother or sister is never simple in a family. Until now pampered by his parents, the two-year-old Archie will have to learn to share and not be the only center of attention. But while Meghan Markle is preparing to give birth to her second child, the Duchess of Sussex, with the help of Prince Harry, has apparently already prepared her eldest child for the arrival of his little sister. Before this birth, the couple takes care to enjoy every moment with Archie. But then, how does the latter apprehend this role? According to the confidences of a source to the site Life & Style last April, the son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry is “excited” about becoming a big brother.

“Archie can’t wait to meet his little sister and loves to put his hand on his mom’s belly and feel the baby move,” the same source continued, describing the little boy as “caring,” “bright” and “affectionate.” In other news that should delight Sussex fans, Archie would even be “very advanced for his age.” Enough to make his parents proud, who are confident that their son will take his big brother role to heart.

A second difficult pregnancy for Meghan Markle

Taking care of and entertaining her son is no small task for Meghan Markle, who is experiencing a second pregnancy “not as easy” as the first. “Meghan is not sleeping, has a lot of nausea and has had to cancel some work obligations,” notes a source to In Touch Weekly. And to emphasize, “It’s not going as easy as her last pregnancy.

” When she appears weakened or tired, Prince Harry’s wife can count on the support of her mother, Doria Ragland, to take care of her son. The latter, who thrives in her role as grandmother, has become “a rock” for her daughter. “Being a grandmother to Archie brings such joy to Doria,” a source tells Closer Weekly. No doubt that she should still be very present with the arrival of her granddaughter …

Meghan Markle pregnant: insomnia, nausea her 2nd pregnancy not as easy as the 1st

While she is about to give birth, Meghan Markle would live very badly her second pregnancy. According to the magazine “In Touch Weekly”, it would be even “more difficult” than the previous one.

The period would not be easy at all for Meghan Markle. According to the magazine In Touch Weekly, the second pregnancy of the Duchess of Sussex is not a long quiet river. While her daughter is about to be born, the wife of Prince Harry would live this period in a “more difficult” way than the one that gave birth to Archie in 2019. “Meghan is not sleeping, has a lot of nausea and has had to cancel some work obligations,” a source told the magazine. “It’s not going as smoothly as her last pregnancy. “

Meghan Markle, who could give birth at any time, is not expecting her daughter in a particularly calm environment. The 39-year-old Duchess of Sussex is indeed experiencing a late pregnancy, which comes after a miscarriage. Indeed, the former star of the series Suits had revealed in November 2020 to have lost her child. She had then expressed herself on this subject, still taboo, to break a “cycle of solitary mourning”.

Controversies that follow one another

To this trauma is added a delicate family context and which is not all rest. The links of the Sussex couple with the Windsor clan are still tense. On several occasions, Prince Harry has made strong statements about his relatives and they have received it very badly.

Archie’s parents also face many controversies about their professional activity. When it is not about the speculations around the anger of the royal family, the couple is notably pointed the finger for their contract signed with Netflix. Accused of plagiarism, Meghan Markle has also not escaped criticism with her children’s book. While waiting for the arrival of their daughter, the Sussexes try to stay calm in their Californian home and devote all their time to their son Archie, who will soon become a big brother.

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