Harry and Meghan will spend the summer in California with Archie and Lilibet

the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle gave the welcome to his second daughter Lilibet on June 4, so they are still on paternity leave. Since they left the UK and moved to California to start a new life, their appearances have been minimal as they enjoy maximum privacy in the residential area of Montecito. For this reason, and according to reports Hello!, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will spend most of the summer enjoying the calm that the West Coast of the United States he is offering them. One of their favorite pastimes is to ride a bike and spend time outdoors on the beach with their pets, as Harry himself confessed in his interview with Oprah Winfrey, so in these weeks they can do this type of activities as a family.


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It’s still too early for the couple to take long trips with the little ones in the house, in addition to the strict mobility restrictions due to the coronavirus in place, so spending the summer enjoying the coast and the warm climate of California is one of the best options. In addition are focused on caring for their children; Two-year-old Archie and little Lilibet barely a month old. However, they have the help of the children’s grandmother, Doria Ragland, which would have moved to the residence of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to better serve the little ones, according to the newspaper The Mirror. Even though Meghan and Harry could have taken advantage of a up to four months’ leave from archewell foundation, the grandson of Elizabeth II has the role of director of impact in the startup BetterUp, so you may have to return to work earlier than planned.

Before getting married, Harry and Meghan used to visit exotic destinations for their holidays with Botswana, Africa, as their preferred territory. But since the actress of Suits she became Duchess of Sussex, her summers have changed considerably. The first of these, in 2018, the newlywed set course for Scotland to enjoy a few days of relaxation next to the Windsors at Balmoral Castle, the place where Elizabeth II has spent the vast majority of her summer retreats. The same thing happened in 2020, when the couple already resided in Canada with little Archie at just one year old. The monarch received the wonderful news that the Duke and Duchess would travel to the UK to spend the summer together. However, in 2019, a few months after the birth of Meghan and Harry’s first child, they decided to enjoy a few days of relaxation in Ibiza and the French Riviera.


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the paternity leave of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex it could end at the end of September, when Meghan Markle could star in her return to the UK. As reported by the Daily Mail, the couple would travel to London to a new tribute to the figure of Princess Diana, this time with more attendees than last July 2. This could be the first time we would see Prince Harry’s wife with the rest of the Royal Family since 2020, the last time she met with them for the celebration of the Commonwealth Day. This could also be the opportunity for them to introduce little Lilibet to the rest of the Windsors who, until now, have only been able to meet her through video call, like the one they did with Elizabeth II days after her birth.

Harry, Meghan and Archie: Now we’re three

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