Invited in James Corden’s Late Late Show to participate in a long segment, Prince Harry took the opportunity to make some personal confidences. Among them, the very surprising gift offered by Queen Elizabeth II to her son Archie.
Prince Harry is a new man. Now settled in California where he leads the good life with Megan Markle and their son Archie in a sumptuous villa, the Duke of Sussex appeared more relaxed than ever, alongside James Corden. The British host, who also lives in Los Angeles, had invited him on his show The Late Late Show with James Corden, for an original and humorous segment. The opportunity for Prince Harry to indulge in a few confidences, especially about his departure from the Crown but also about his son, Archie. While the host was questioning him about the little boy aged one and a half, the Duke of Sussex revealed the particularly surprising gift that Queen Elizabeth II had given Archie for Christmas.
“For the anecdote, my grandmother asked us what Archie wanted for Christmas, and Meg said a waffle maker. So she sent us a waffle maker for Archie. Now, for breakfast, Megan makes a great organic recipe. She pours it into the machine, and it’s ready. He loves it. And I get waffles in the morning now,” he said. For years, the queen has been particularly fond of improbable gifts. For Christmas, members of the royal family have established a tradition of giving each other the most improbable gifts to entertain the gallery. Just arrived in the family, Meghan Markle had given herself to the heart’s content!
Did Prince Harry, who made a point of explaining that he had in no way fled the Crown, wish that this anecdote would put an end to the rumors of a quarrel? Since their departure from the monarchy, the Sussex have indeed had great difficulty in tuning their violins with the Queen, and have even recently had their last royal titles withdrawn. During the interview, Meghan Markle’s husband stood by his position, saying that he did “what any husband or father would have done”. “No, I didn’t run away and I will always be of service to others, no matter where I live,” he said.
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