Meghan Markle and Prince Harry feel happy because of THIS reason

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, who joined Malala Yousafzai for a virtual chat on Sunday, announced that they were fortunate enough to take their beloved son Archie’s “first steps”, “first run and first fall” during the Having observed the Covid-19 crisis.

During the virtual chat, the couple, who resigned as senior royals earlier this year, also shared interesting things about their 18-month-old son.

The Duchess of Sussex announced that they had “lots of good time with family” during the pandemic. The Duke said, “We were both there for Archie’s first steps, his first run, his first fall, everything.”

Meghan seemed delighted when she added, “It’s just amazing and in many ways we’re lucky enough to have this time to watch him grow.” Without Covid we would travel and work more outside and we would have missed a lot of those moments. ‚

In the meantime, Harry said, “These are really special moments, but we’ve worked really, very hard.”

The former Suits actress added that the couple raised their cute angel “in a way that their diet is about educational substance and how to learn and how to grow.”

At one point, Malala, who graduated from Oxford University earlier this year, made the couple laugh when she replied, “I think boys take a little longer to understand the importance of education, but they get there in the end . “You are blessed to have such a great companion, Meghan.”

In a video about the youngest Nobel Prize winner’s Pakistani women’s education activist and social media activist, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also discussed the challenges girls face in accessing education amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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