Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, discusses Archie’s first steps

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, discusses Archie’s first steps
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, discusses Archie’s first steps

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spoke to Malala Yousafzai about Baby Archie’s “first steps, first run and first fall” on a video call.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke to the activist on the occasion of International Girls’ Day. The sun Reports.

And the couple revealed how they “spent time with our little one” when asked what they did during the lockdown.

Harry, 35, said, “We were both there for his first steps, his first run, his first fall, his first everything.”

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Meghan, 39, added, “It’s just amazing because I think in many ways we were fortunate enough to have this time to watch him grow and without COVID we’d be more outside travel and work and one miss a lot of these moments.

“I think it was a lot of really good family time.”

She also revealed that the couple raised 18-month-old Archie “in a way that his diet is about educational substance and how to learn and grow.”

The couple laughed when they joked that they would spend their time on “zoom calls” in the pandemic.

But Harry added, “These are really special moments (with Archie) but at the same time, like Meghan says, we’ve worked really, really hard because we totally understand and understand how challenging this is for absolutely everyone, and I think The longer it takes, the more obviously it will be felt, especially from a mental health perspective.

“So this is a really unified moment to bring everyone together and acknowledge what everyone has been through – that traumatic experience wherever you are in the world.”

The royal couple discussed with Malala the importance of girls’ education in the current coronavirus crisis.

Malala, 23, was only 15 when she was shot in the head by a Taliban rifleman after campaigning for the education of girls in her native Pakistan.

Research by the Malala Fund suggests that 20 million secondary school girls may never return to class after the coronavirus pandemic.

This is on top of the 130 million girls who were out of school before the global crisis.

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Talking about her own education, Meghan said, “In terms of education, not only did I have the opportunity to go to school at a young age, but I also went to university.”

The Duchess looked chic in a high-necked, black sleeveless top and white trousers with her hair tied back.

She wore dark lipstick when Harry escorted her out of the living room of her $ 20 million home in LA.

Harry said, “We take it for granted and it’s a privilege, but every single person, every single child, every single young person needs an education.

“Knowing that there are currently more than 130 million girls without an education before the pandemic and the numbers will only increase worries me and probably worries all of us. the effects that will affect not only the individual but also the family and community for the country and the world at large. ”

He added, “I am very grateful for the education I was fortunate to receive, I certainly wasn’t that grateful at the time, but looking back now, I am very, very blessed to have such amazing opportunities. ”

Malala joked that boys “take a little longer” to understand the importance of education and made the couple laugh when she told Meghan she had a “great companion”.

Meghan advocates women’s rights and gender equality and spoke at the 2015 UN Women’s Conference.

In July, in a passionate speech at the Girl Up Leadership Summit, she spoke about the importance of building one another.

Speaking to Malala, Meghan touched on her childhood and said, “The privilege of going to school is something I often take for granted.

“It is very difficult for many people to see that the ability to have a textbook is a luxury for so many people, having grown up where there are plenty of books and where I can whet my appetite and keep studying when I can at school or when I was back home. ”

The chat came after Meghan claimed she was “the most trolled person in the world” on a mental health podcast with Harry last year.

The royal couple joined California high school students Jugendtherapie Mental Health Day Podcast.

Meghan said, “I was told that in 2019 I was the most trolled person in the whole world, male or female.

“For eight months of that, I wasn’t even visible – I was on maternity leave or with a baby.

“But what could be manufactured and produced is almost impossible to survive.

“I don’t care if you’re 15 or 25 – when people say things about you that are not true, what it means to your mental and emotional health is so detrimental.”

Harry and Meghan lived in Santa Barbara with son Archie after leaving the Royal Family for the United States.

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