Archie enjoys ‘incredible childhood’ as Meghan and Harry focus on ‘amazing experiences’

Meghan Markle says Archie ‘loves being a big brother’

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been praised on the RoyallyUS podcast for providing their son Archie Harrison with “amazing experiences.” Royal expert Christina Garibaldi and her Royally Us co-host Christine Ross commented on recently released images of the two-year-old playing in the Sussexes’s backyard hen house in Montecito, California. Archie “must be having the most incredible childhood,” declared Ms Ross. 

Ms Ross told Royally Us: “[Archie] just must be having the most incredible childhood.

“You know, I think they’re really giving him amazing experiences.”

Ms Garibaldi continued: “And it seems like he’s doing well being a big brother even though it was a bit of a transition.

“Preparing the older sibling is no easy feat as well,” she added.

During a recent appearance on the Ellen DeGeneres’s show, Meghan expressed how much she and Harry were looking forward to sharing the Thanksgiving holiday with baby Lilibet, and Archie.

She told Ellen: “It’s our second Thanksgiving at home in California, so it will be nice.

“I love to cook. We’ll be home and just sort of relax and settle in.”

Ms Garibaldi suggested the Duchess of Sussex will be “whipping up a great meal.”

Meghan Markle says Archie ‘loves being a big brother’

The RoyallyUS host added that Duchess would likely wish the family a “really nice time together” for her second Thanksgiving back in the States.

Ms Ross said: “I love that Meghan must be so happy to share these traditions especially with her little ones but also with Prince Harry but I do wonder what Harry thinks of some of our traditions. 

“Is he watching the turkey pardoning and thinking you people are nuts.”

Ms Garibaldi responded: “Right! No, totally in the Thanksgiving day parade. 

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“Probably like what is this?

So definitely double having fun, definitely not the norm she said they’re kind of creating new traditions together as a family.

“It’s their second one here so they are gonna have a really nice time together and she loves to cook.

“So can imagine she is whipping up a great Thanksgiving meal.”

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