This Monday, July 4, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle took advantage of the American National Day to allow themselves a family outing with friends. For the occasion, the Sussexes were accompanied by their eldest son Archie, aged 3 years.
This Monday, July 4th marked the American national holiday. Based in California, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry took advantage of this special day to allow themselves a family outing with their eldest son Archie, aged 3. As Hello magazine reports, the Sussexes traveled from Montecito, where they live, to a parade in Wyoming. Their outing was immortalized by a photo, shared on a Facebook account dedicated to the former American actress. For the occasion, Lilibet’s big brother appeared in a striped shirt and cap, like an ordinary American celebrating the Independence Day of the United States.
According to Hello, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are gearing up for a busy summer. The grandson of Elizabeth II and his wife will be busy working on new professional projects. One of them is the development of the podcast Archetypes. Their two children, Archie and Lilibet (1 year old) appear in the first episode. Another big deadline to remember: the publication of the Memoirs of Prince Harry, a series of explosive books on his upbringing in the United Kingdom and his dramatic departure from the royal family of England.
A studious summer in the United States
Before entering the summer, Meghan and Harry did not miss the platinum jubilee of Elizabeth II. Their presence (or not) at the royal festivities had been the subject of speculation for several months. But finally, Archie and Lilibet were able to spend time with their grandfather Prince Charles and their great-grandmother in London and Windsor. As a reminder, the heir to the crown had never met his granddaughter and had not seen his grandson for several months.
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