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Meghan Markle sad over her babies

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are proud parents of two beautiful children. They welcomed their first child, Archie in the UK, while the Sussexes were still active members of the Royal Family, while their daughter, Lilibet, first saw the light of day after the family had moved to the US.

In his book, Spare, Harry revealed many details about his brood. Foremost, he recollected the days they were born, and he spoke proudly about the love and joy associated with becoming a father. Sadly, he and Meghan have also endured heartbreak as well, with Meghan suffering a m/iscar/riage about four years ago.

Royal enthusiasts have watched with interest in Archie and Lilibet’s first few years of life. Some weeks ago, they were not with their parents for the three-day Nigeria tour, but in the future, they may join their parents abroad, too. I should go without saying that – as with any parent – Harry and Meghan miss their children dearly when away. But it appears that Meghan not only sad about the fact that she’s away from her children – but also that they aren’t babies anymore.

On March 31, 2020, Harry and Meghan officially called time on their lives as royals. The couple decided to leave the monarchy behind, shocking fans worldwide. The Sussexes have repeatedly exposed what they considered faults within the Royal Family, including the perceived difficulties Meghan had in becoming a part of the Firm.

Prince Harry & Meghan Marke – firstborn son Prince Archie

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Archie was born at The Portland Hospital in London on May 6, 2019.

Before Archie could even talk or walk, the little boy was caught up in a considerable controversy that came to light after Harry and Meghan’s infamous Oprah Winfrey interview. During that sit down, his mother spoke openly about her time and troubles where living in the UK was concerned.

Many things about the British monarchy was revealed, including that then-Prince Charles refused to take Harry’s phone calls.

However, the most sh0cking part occurred when Meghan claimed conversations had taken place within the palace concerning how dark Archie’s skin would be before his birth.

Like the birth of any royal child, it was a monumental occasion when Archie was born. However, Harry and Meghan decided to approach things a bit differently.

In her book The New Royals: Queen Elizabeth’s Legacy and the Future of the Crown, Katie Nicholl described Harry as “almost mo/rb/i/dly obsessed” with keeping Archie’s birth as secret as possible.

Lilibet’s birth – expert says naming her after late queen could be perceived as “disrespectful”


Archie was with his parents and grandmother, Doris Ragland, on what the Duke called the “Freedom Flight,” when the family left UK soil and royal life to create a new life in the US. After living briefly in Canada, the Sussexes finally settled in lavish Montecito, California, buying a $14 million mansion dubbed “Fort Knox.”

On June 6, 2021, their family grew when Harry and Meghan announced the fantastic news that their daughter had arrived. She was named Lilibet, after the nickname bestowed upon her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The late monarch had called herself Lilibet as a toddler since she had trouble pronouncing her name.

It was a wonderful tribute to Queen Elizabeth, but royal expert and author Tom Quinn claimed that Harry knew naming their daughter Lilibet would be perceived by many as “disrespectful” to the late queen.

“Even naming this child sparked a diplomatic scuffle. Hating even to think about the admittedly labyrinthine rules of protocol that surrounded the British royal family, Meghan, and Harry called her Lilibet, apparently in the belief that it would be a wonderful surprise for her great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth,” Quinn wrote in his book Gilded Youth An Intimate History of Growing Up in the Royal Family.

“That Harry did not have the sense to predict that this would cause trouble is beyond belief. He surely would have known that appropriating the monarch’s beloved childhood nickname would be perceived by many as disrespectful and intrusive in a way that naming their daughter Elizabeth would have not been.”

Quinn added: “The Queen may well have been upset that her grandson and his family laid claim to the intimate nickname that had always been very much part of the Queen’s private life, but it is perhaps more likely that the flunkeys who surround the monarch and some of the starchier older royals were irritated by what they saw as a presumption.”

Meghan Markle revealed she suffered a mi.scarri.ag.e

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A year before Elizabeth’s birth, Harry and Meghan had gone through a traumatic experience. In 2020, Meghan fell pregnant again, though trag.ic,ally l0st the baby.

Four months later, in a personal article, Meghan revealed how she had felt a sharp pain and was admitted to the hospital.

“Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed, holding my husband’s hand. I felt the clamminess of his palm and kissed his knuckles, wet from both our tears. Staring at the cold white walls, my eyes glazed over. I tried to imagine how we’d heal. Losing a child means carrying an almost unbearable grief,” Meghan wrote.

Now, four years on, the scars hasn’t faded. A source told OK! Magazine that Meghan is naturally feeling sadness this time of the year when the anniversary of her miscarriage approaches.

However, love conquers all, and her family brings her immense joy.

“She feels so blessed to have Archie and Lili and the family she and Harry have created. But naturally, as the anniversary of her mi.scarri.ag.e approaches, she does have sadness. The date is very poignant for her,” the source told OK!.

“But Meghan is always looking towards the future and is just so grateful for the happiness she has in her life with Harry and the kids.”

“I will say I feel fortunate that our children are at an age, again quite young, so this isn’t in our immediate future, but I also feel frightened by how it’s continuing to change and this will be in front of us,” she said.

While Archie is set to begin kindergarten in August, Lilibet is getting ready for preschool. The Duchess will have more time to focus on her work, not least her lifestyle brand, American Riviera Orchard, which was launched some months ago.

Meghan Markle is “sad” that her children are growing up, source claims

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The source tells OK! Magazine that Meghan considers it crucial to show her children that “mummies work as well.”

“But her family life will always come first, she will fit work in around the children’s schedules so she is there for them when they need her and she just wants to make the most of and cherish every moment with them as they grow up,” the source explained.

After Harry and Meghan’s royal exit, they have embarked on several business ventures. Not all of them have been successful, but recently they have taken on a sort of “royal” mission.

Some weeks ago, the couple visited Nigeria on a three-day tour to promote the Invictus Games, and the reception was just as if they had been there on behalf of the Crown. Meanwhile, the Royal Family was said to have been furious about their visit, as it appeared as though they had undertaken a royal tour without permission, especially since they aren’t working royals anymore.

While Harry and Meghan enjoyed their trip, two people were missing. Archie and Lilibet stayed in the US, though reports suggest that the children could join their parents on future journeys abroad.

“Meghan doesn’t like being away from her children as she doesn’t want to miss a thing with them growing up so fast,” a source told OK!.

“With Lili turning three, it’s really got Meghan and Harry thinking about their future and how quickly the children are growing up. Meghan especially feels that her babies are no longer babies, and like most mums, it makes her slightly sad and wistful that the baby years have come to an end.”

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