From the top of his two years, Archie, the eldest of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, entered the nursery. And not in just any establishment.
A place of choice for their beloved son. In 2020, after two years of marriage, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry made the decision to leave the UK and step away from the tumult of the royal family to embrace a new life in Los Angeles. A homecoming for the Duchess of Sussex, born in the Californian sun, who helped her husband to adapt to his new life, far from the protocol of the British monarchy. Thus, it is partly in the shadows that the Sussex couple, who would like to sell their home in Montecito, want to see their two children, Archie and Lilibet, flourish.
While they showed their faces on their greeting card, they’re usually low-key when it comes to talking to themselves, even attacking prying eyes that try to steal their privacy. And their vigilance is likely to intensify, while their eldest son has just entered the nursery. Two-year-old Archie has just been enrolled in a particular establishment by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, where according to the Daily Mail, the emphasis is on learning to “emotional literacy” and some “kindness”. A nursery far from traditional learning methods, where the little boy would already receive an education to learn Spanish, but also, to become familiar with music, dance, theater or coding.
Archie is a little boy like the others to his comrades
Always according to the Daily Mail, this nursery favors teaching in small groups, and would even have a garden where the pupils participate in the maintenance of a vegetable garden, which has always been a detail favored by his parents. “Harry often drops Archie off and picks him up, and appears to be a good father (…) All the parents were relaxed to welcome Harry and Meghan, without making a fuss “, thus entrusted to The Mirror a student’s parent, who specifies that “to the other kids, Archie is just one of them“. “They don’t know her parents are royalty and probably wouldn’t care, unless Meghan was a Disney princess.”, he clarified.
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