During a school visit in light of International Women’s Day, Meghan revealed new detail about her son Archie Harrison. Meghan visited Robert Clack Upper School in Dagenham where she spoke about the significance of the day to the students.
Before taking the stage to give a speech, Meghan met with Geraldine Dear, one of the original Dagenham Girls, who campaigned for equal pay for women at the Ford car factory in Essex.
According to Daily Mail, Dear asked Meghan about Archie. “I just had to ask her about the baby She said to me, ‘He’s exactly ten months today and he’s started trying to walk.”
In a separate conversation with student Olivia Collins, Meghan discussed how parenting changed her life. Olivia said: “She was talking about how having Archie has changed her life and how important motherhood is.”
Around two weeks ago, Prince Harry and Meghan had returned to the UK to carry out their final round of engagements as working royals. However, they came back alone. It was reported that their son Archie stayed in Canada with the family’s nanny.
The last time we caught a glimpse of the little boy was on New Year’s Eve, when his parents posted a photo on their official Sussex Royal Instagram Account.
The photo showed Harry holding Archie in front of what appeared to be a British Columbia coastline.
Prince Harry, Meghan and Archie are planning to fly back to the UK to vacation this summer with the Queen at Balmoral Castle. They have accepted the Queen’s invitation to visit her this summer at her Scottish retreat, according to Sunday Times.
It was also reported that the couple could return to London in June to attend the Trooping the Colour parade, and that Archie may accompany them there too.