The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have enrolled their eldest son, Archie, 2, at a nursery near their California home. Meghan and Harry have decided that their children will be raised away from the limelight. Since their move, the couple have been very careful about what information they share about their children. We weren’t even allowed a snapshot of Lilibet, 7 months old, before the Sussexes’ greeting card was released. Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, have opted for some discretion over their privacy since they gave up their royal status. The maneuver has clearly borne fruit.

Parents at Nursery Archie “don’t care” who Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are, according to Mirror. Parents believe the Sussexes should be treated like everyone else. According to a parent of a student told Mirror Online, Meghan and Harry were greeted by the parents “relaxed and without fuss.” “And to the other kids, Archie is just one of them,” the source continues. His parents often drop Archie off at his very special school, where he is taught “emotional literacy”, despite their status.

Meghan and Harry’s son is seen as an ordinary child despite his parents’ fame

Meghan Markle, 40, and Prince Harry, 37, are celebrity royals who always have journalists’ eyes on them. Recall that the Duchess of Sussex is also known to love wearing the most expensive clothes and accessories according to The List. Recall that she was entitled to a marriage worthy of a princess in 2018. Prince Harry gave her a ring from Cleave and Company costing around $ 350,000 when the engagement was announced. On her wedding day, Meghan Markle drew all eyes to her and her Givenchy wedding dress. The dress alone cost $ 265,000 according to Vanity Fair’s estimate.

Let us also remember that Meghan and Harry are infamous because of their tense relationship with the rest of the British royal family. Despite all this fame and media uproar, their children seem to be spared. 2-year-old Archie’s classmates are unaware that his parents are royalty. “They probably wouldn’t care, unless Meghan was a Disney princess,” a parent of the student said.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex © Agency

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