Since their exile in the United States, Archie, like his little sister Lilibet, the two children of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, have been kept out of the spotlight. Their public appearance is extremely rare. But a source close to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed a little more about Archie’s character in the columns of Us Weekly magazine, this Friday, October 8.
Archie, who blasted his two birthday last May, is “doing” well and starting to assert his character. The little boy is said to be “adorable and gentle in nature,” the source said. Last June, still in the columns of Us, another source had also declared that the eldest of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “adored” his little sister and that he gave her “lots of kisses”. Archie would be “kind and loving” to Lilibet and have no “jealousy problem”.
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The parents of the two children would therefore be in heaven, especially since the arrival of Lilibet would not have been a big upheaval for the couple. “It was easier for them with Lili in a lot of ways as they were able to use a lot of the techniques learned with Archie and deal with things like feeding or bathing her without too much stress, the source explains before adding, even if it’s twice as much work. ” The Duke and Duchess of Sussex try to spend as much time as possible with their children: “The Sussexes have nannies to call when their schedules get crazy. But they try to call for this help at a minimum,” said the source. The latter describes the youngest son of Prince Charles as a very “caring” father, saying it was “heaven” for him.
Prince Harry, his wife Meghan Markle, and their son, Archie © Backgrid USA