Archie, the son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who turned one on May 6, is about to frolic all over the place on his two legs.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who are celebrating this Saturday, July 4, American National Day from Los Angeles, were able to spend a lot of family time with their son Archie, who turned one on May 6, during the lockdown. Completely gaga about their little boy, the young parents were able to see him taking his first steps. “I think he’s about to walk,” said royal expert Katie Nicholl on Entertainment tonight.
In March, the former Suits actress had already revealed that her son was “trying to walk” during one of his last engagements as a member of the British royal family. Archie is “a very happy little boy, and he loves life in Los Angeles,” Katie Nicholl also told American television on Friday July 3. For the time being, the whole family is still living in Tyler Perry’s villa. “They still haven’t found their dream house. They’re still looking,” the royal expert said.
What they have in common with the Obamas
While they are still looking for a house, Meghan and Harry also still have many questions about their future, about how they will support themselves now that they are no longer royalty.
In June, a source told ET that they had signed a contract with the Harry Walker agency, the same agency that the Obamas and Serena Williams, one of Meghan’s best friends, are using. This may allow them to make a lot of money each time they appear in the future.
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