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Meghan Markle: Her last confidences about Archie and her life as a mom in California


In a videoconference interview for Black History Month on Thursday, October 1, Meghan Markle shared tender confidences about her life as a mom with little Archie.

The Sussex are using their new life to become more involved in noble causes. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry answered questions from the British daily The Evening Standard by videoconference from their home in Santa Barbara, California, on Thursday, October 1, to kick off Black History Month, a legacy of the 1970s civil rights movement, as reported in this Streetpress article.

But it was also an opportunity for the Duchess of Sussex to share a few confidences about her life as a young mother, as her little Archie celebrated his first birthday on May 6, 2020.

“We’re fine, Archie’s doing very well,” said Meghan Markle. The little boy would even be full of energy. “We are very lucky with our little one. He’s so busy, he’s everywhere. He keeps us on our toes. We’re so lucky,” continued the former Suits series star.

The little guy has even made a few impromptu appearances during his parents’ work sessions. However, in August 2020, Prince Harry revealed that Archie spent most of his time outdoors, encouraging his father to teach him how to play rugby. “Our little man is our number one priority, but our work after that is the second priority and we are just trying to do everything we can to do our part to make the world a better place.”

Back in England for Christmas?

Because, indeed, when they are not at little Archie’s side, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry remain true to their committed natures, joining, for example, the fight against racism. In addition to the causes that animate them, the lovebirds invest themselves in production.

For example, the Crown rebels recently signed a lucrative $100 million contract with Netflix to produce films, series and documentaries. Wishing to offer a glimpse of their new daily life away from the Firm, they could even perform in front of the cameras, as recently reported in the tabloid The Sun.

However, they are not forgetting Her Majesty Elizabeth II since, despite the closure of the borders which is still in effect on the other side of the Atlantic, the Sussex are planning to celebrate the festive season with the monarch.

But if they could join her, their destination could be Windsor Castle and not Sandringham. A first in 33 years.

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