Meghan Markle Talks About Motherhood, Big Brother Archie, and Life in Montecito

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There is a lot we know about the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle. The former royal actress is a force to be reckoned with, a fact bolstered by decades of activism and tumultuous work in the former acting.

Although her life is a lot like an open book at this point, thanks to journalists searching for information about her since her engagement to Prince Harry was announced, there is one aspect of Meghan’s life that we don’t quite know.

At least for now.

Meghan Markle talks about motherhood

For the first time, Meghan Markle talks about her life as a mother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex recently welcomed a girl into their young family and named her Lilibet Diana in tribute to both the little boy’s grandmother and grandmother.

while on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Megan mentioned how someone told her that having one child is like a hobby but having two is when the real parenting begins. Accordingly, the new mother of two has commented on how everyone talks about a new life joining the family, but no one ever talks about how things will change for the first baby when another baby comes along.

Warner Bros. | Apparently, Big Brother Archie took some time to adjust to the new family member

Meghan Markle talks about Big Brother Archie

But it’s all right, because, as Megan tells us, Archie is Lily’s big brother now.

When asked more about it, Meghan also revealed how much he loves his new home. At the start of the pandemic, the family of 3 moved to Montecito, California, having relinquished most of their royal responsibilities and privileges.

The former actress recalls how the lockdown period really worked with the family as they spent a lot of time nearby setting up their family home. In addition, they seem really happy with the weather and lifestyle in the United States.

Meghan also brought with her some pictures of Archie and his chicken coop, which he called Archie’s Chick Inn.

Ellen Show | As revealed during the infamous interview with Oprah Winfrey, Archie’s chickens were only recently rescued from the factory

Perhaps the love for chickens runs in the family, considering his grandfather Prince Charles also has a chicken coop and is an expert in breeding.

peace at last

After a turbulent period in the UK, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex seem to be finally happy with their new life in the United States. Meghan shared her plans for Thanksgiving, too, noting that it would be a small and cozy celebration indoors.

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