Duchess Meghan + Prince Harry
Archie receives these extraordinary lessons at his preschool
It is well known that Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan attach great importance to the care and schooling of their children. Even when Archie was just a year old, it came out that Meghan was thinking a lot about a possible preschool for her son and had already contacted some schools. But no wonder, after all, Archie is already attending a kind of preschool at the age of two, where there is also teaching.
Duchess Meghan, 40, wanted a diverse and socially integrated preschool from the start, not a posh private school. And this is what she and her husband Prince Harry, 37, have apparently found. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is said to be given “emotional education” and learn how to be kind. In addition, the children have lessons in Spanish, music, dance, theater, programming and are introduced to the environment. There are gardens with birds, fruit trees, plants and vegetable patches.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan: No special status for son Archie
Harry and Meghan are often supposed to pick up their son themselves from the school, which is in their new home Montecito. His classmates supposedly don’t know who Archie really is. “Harry often drops Archie off and picks him up, he seems like a good father. All parents made Harry and Meghan welcome without a fuss. And for the other kids, Archie is just one of them. They don’t know his parents Royals are, and they probably wouldn’t care either – unless Meghan was a Disney princess, “says a parent of one of Archie’s classmates at the Daily Mail.
Villa For Sale: New Home for the Sussexes
So it seems like Harry and Meghan have found the perfect preschool that their six-month-old daughter Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor could attend later as well. But who knows if the Sussexes will stay in the area at all.
It has just been announced that the couple would like to sell their dream villa in Montecito again after just 18 months. Although the house leaves little to be desired, it should not be ideal for Harry and Meghan. “They want to stay close, but they are not enthusiastic about the house and the location,” a source told the Daily Mail.
Source used: dailymail.co.uk