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Meghan Markle and Harry: Their son Archie won’t grow up alone


Meghan Markle and Harry, who live in the Montecito neighborhood of Santa Barbara, will soon be able to spend some quality time with their friends Katharine McPhee and David Foster. The couple, who are expecting a child, are looking to move into the area!

Meghan Markle and Harry won’t be so lonely anymore. The Sussex family, who left Great Britain a few months ago to start a new life on the other side of the Atlantic, will certainly soon welcome a couple of friends in their new neighborhood, the Montecito neighborhood in Santa Barbara.

Indeed, Katharine McPhee, pregnant, and her husband David Foster are looking for a property in the area, as revealed in the Daily Mail. Since the Sussex family moved to Montecito, the music producer, considered a surrogate father for Harry, and Katharine McPhee have spent a lot of time there and have fallen in love with the area.

A source close to the couple says they want their future child to grow up with Archie. “Now that Katharine is pregnant, they both want to settle down and raise their child in a nice neighborhood with nice schools,” said one insider. It should be noted that the two women have been friends for a very long time. Meghan Markle and Katharine McPhee went to school together before participating in musicals in Southern California.

A new life away from her grandfather

Little Archie, 18 years old, who hasn’t seen his grandparents for over a year, must be thrilled at the idea of having a boyfriend or girlfriend to play with very soon. For his part, Prince Charles is gnawing at his brakes. He misses his grandson very much.

Katharine McPhee et mari David Foster
Katharine McPhee and husband David Foster
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“The Prince of Wales used to pop up to Frogmore Cottage to see little Archie and he is sad not to have seen the boy for so long. He missed a lot of stops. Archie grew up far away from him day by day in the United States. Other family members are also sad not to see him. Everyone misses Archie – they all think it’s especially terrible for the Queen and Prince Philip,” the Daily Mail columns read.

Photo credits: JLPPA / Bestimage

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