Duchess Meghan + Prince Harry: This is how they spend Easter with Archie and Lilibet

Duchess Meghan + Prince Harry
So they spend Easter with Archie and Lilibet

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The relatives of King Charles, 75, and Catherine, Princess of Wales, 42, are moving closer together after their cancer diagnoses. On Easter Sunday, March 31, 2024, the monarch is expected to attend the service in St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle with at least part of the family. Meanwhile, Prince Harry, 39, and Duchess Meghan, 42, are celebrating the holidays in their adopted home, Montecito, California, and are looking forward to old and new traditions with their children.

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry organize an exciting Easter egg hunt for the children

The couple already gave an impression of what these look like in their Netflix documentary “Harry & Meghan”, which was released at the end of 2022. Like most children in California, Prince Archie, 4, and Princess Lilibet, 2, will probably snack on lots of chocolate eggs. But they can also look forward to another tradition.


A scene in the documentary, for example, shows Harry and Meghan going on an Easter egg hunt with Archie in the garden of their opulent property in the celebrity town of Montecito. Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, 67, did not miss this special moment and spent the Easter days with her grandson, helping to prepare for the adventure that took place around the stream and the lovingly landscaped flower beds.

The Sussexes’ Montecito estate offers plenty of hiding places

Meghan was still pregnant with Lili at the time, but still made marks in the ground wearing denim shorts, a T-shirt and a sun hat. This year’s Easter is likely to be even more exciting, as the Sussexes’ daughter is now big enough to take part in the egg hunt herself.

The couple will definitely be creating a path for their kids again this year and finding good hiding places, after all, there are plenty of opportunities for this on their seven-hectare property with two slides, a climbing frame, a high rope and two climbing walls.

Sources used: netflix.com, hellomagazine.com


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