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Meghan Markle: This ritual she shares with her mother for her son Archie


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Since moving to Los Angeles with Prince Harry and Archie, Meghan Markle has been spending time with her mother. And both women have a ritual.

It is partly for her that they chose Los Angeles. After relinquishing their top positions in the British Royal Family, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle first moved to Canada and then to the United States. And the choice to start their new life in the City of Angels was not insignificant.

First of all, the Duchess of Sussex made the bet to live near Hollywood where she dreams of continuing her career. Then, she also got closer to her mother Doria Ragland. And since moving to Sussex, the Sussex’s would see the yoga teacher quite often.

“Doria Ragland continues to live with Meghan, Harry and Archie,” reveals a source to Us Weekly. This is the most time she has spent with her grandson since he was born.” With her daughter, stepson and grandson, Doria Ragland is over the moon.

Not only does she “get up in the morning to read to him” but she also has an important ritual with Meghan Markle: they prepare the baby’s “all organic” food together. A beautiful moment that the daughter and the mother share every day.

It must be said that Doria Ragland was not really reassured to see the duchess suffering on the other side of the Atlantic. In the Daily Mail after the announcement of the Megxit, a relative had explained that she was “very worried”: “She is relieved to know that she is putting her mental health and well-being first”. And so the four of them enjoy this almost normal life.

Even though Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a small bone of contention. As a friend in the Daily Mail revealed, while the Duchess seems ready to expand the family, her husband would not really agree. “She joked that Archie needed a smaller boyfriend other than dogs,” she said.

An uncertain future

Described by Meghan Markle as a “happy baby”, Archie has reached an age where he likes to “hit everything he can”, and “also likes it when [his] dad teases him and plays the harmonica”. “He thinks it’s funny,” said a source in the Daily Mail.

But love doesn’t stop the mother from worrying about her future. “Meghan said Archie needs to learn emotional and social skills by being around other young children, which he can’t do with adults,” a relative said a few days ago, adding that it’s complicated for the couple to find friends for their son. “Meghan takes advantage of the online connection and Zoom to share, but says it’s not the same as in person.

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