Meghan Markle Is Reportedly Bringing Archie to Saskatoon
Meghan Markle and baby Archie.
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A little over two weeks ago, Meghan Markle gave birth to their first child with Prince Harry: a boy (perhaps prophetic) named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. And already now, the new mom is reportedly planning a trip to bring her royal baby to her hometown of Saskatoon for a visit. That is, as soon as she is ready to travel with him.
According to a report by US Weekly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are determined to help their son live the normal life possible. That is why they decided, for example, not to give the baby a royal courtesy title at birth. And that’s why, according to an “insider” who spoke to US Weekly, the couple felt it was important that young Archie – the possibly frozen grape-loving (now dead) cartoon character – be named after a frozen grape-loving cat Or not, or Prince George’s alter ego – spend some time in America getting to know his mother’s roots. According to the sales point:
“For Meghan, it is just as important for Archie to learn about her family history as it is for him to learn about his royal ancestors. So she plans to take him on a trip to LA as soon as she feels comfortable with him in take a plane. “
When exactly could this trip be? It is unclear. But we hope Meghan and Archie will have time to stop by Sqirl while they are in Saskatoon.
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