Harry and Meghan’s very relatable relatable routine with kids at bedtime
Prince Harry: Psychiatrict discusses memoir Spare
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have revealed some very relatable insights into their family life through their Netflix docuseries “Harry & Meghan” and from the Duke of Sussex’s memoir, Spare.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their son Prince Archie in May 2019 and their daughter Princess Lilibet in June 2021.
And in his memoir, Prince Harry recalled the moment he was reunited with his young children in California after going to London for his late grandmother Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral last September.
The passage revealed the couple’s relatable routine with their children that makes them seem like any normal family.
He wrote: “Now, while overjoyed to be home again, doing drop-offs again, reading Giraffes Can’t Dance again, I couldn’t stop…remembering. Day and night, images flitted through my mind.”
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In another heartwarming scene from their docuseries, the Duke was also captured reading a bedtime story to his children.
Prince Harry will be coming to the UK on September 7 – one day before the first anniversary of the late Queen’s death.
He is set to attend a charity awards ceremony for WellChild in London which he has been a patron of for the past 15 years and has attended the awards 11 times previously.
But Meghan will reportedly not be with him for the event, and will instead meet him in Dusseldorf, Germany for the start of the Invictus Games a few days later.
A spokesperson for Meghan and Harry announced: “The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to attend the Invictus Games 2023 in Dusseldorf.
“The Duke will be in attendance throughout the entirety of the games and will be joined by the Duchess shortly after the games begin.”
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