Prince Harry and Meghan Markle live in Montecito, California.
The Sussexes have decided to protect their children from the hype.
The Cut article released at the end of August gives a small insight into the private life of the Sussexes.

Prince Harry, 38, and his wife Meghan Markle, 41, attended the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of England on September 19. Her Majesty’s death was not on the Sussexes’ agenda. From the start, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex did not plan to travel with their children. Archie, 3, and Lilibet Diana, who just celebrated her first birthday in June, had stayed in the United States. Shortly before their stay in Europe and the UK, Meghan Markle, Duchess of Sussex, gave an interview to The Cut Magazine. The article from this interview conducted by journalist Allison P. Davis did not fail to make waves.

As part of the interview, the journalist was able to immerse herself in the daily life of the Sussexes, recalls Gala, in her article of October 3, 2022. She “was able to see for herself that Lilibet was growing up quickly and that she looked like more and more to his father”, can we read in the columns of Gala. “She’s short and redheaded,” the reporter wrote of the Sussexes’ baby girl. Allison P. Davis had the opportunity to accompany the former Suits actress as she picked up her son Archie from school.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle: they got together to give little Lilibet a smile

On the way back, little Lilibet Diana had a little mood swing. To calm his little girl, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, started dancing and making beatbox noises, reports Gala, quoting the journalist from The Cut. Prince Harry will not have been the only one to adopt these gestures. Meghan Markle and journalist P. Davis would also have played the game. Thanks to this somewhat unusual technique, Lilibet easily found a smile.

Prince Harry: his unsuspected technique to calm his daughter Lilibet's mood swings

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex © AGENCY / BESTIMAGE

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