Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement in late 2017. While it remains unknown when exactly he proposed, the pair revealed that it happened on a "cozy night" at Kensington Palace.
Fast forward to 2022, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex now share two children in their new home in the United States. They welcomed their first-born son earlier in 2019, while their youngest in mid-2021.
The two kids are of royal descent despite having no royal titles from the Queen. But, even so, the Sussex Royals are said to be raising them to be "humble," according to OK! magazine.
Apart from not living a royal life, which the youngest Wales Prince had for more than three decades, Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana reportedly wear "hand-me-downs." As noted, the parents of two are not providing them lavish gifts but, they are "spoiling" their kids in other ways.
A source revealed that inside the family's over $14 million Montecito mansion, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children have an "eco-friendly nursery." It houses different kinds of toys, as well as "plush furnishings," and even a library of their own.
The two royal-blooded kids, also, enjoy a "cool playhouse" with their nannies to help them. Accordingly, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly "enriching their lives in other ways."
In the end, the insider asserted that they plan on raising Archie and Lili to be just like them. They intend for their kids to become "humanitarians and global citizens."
Amid all the claims about the matter, there is actually very little information as to how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are doing as parents to their two young kids. So, it is unclear how or where the informants obtained their leads regarding the Sussex Royals.
Nevertheless, other insiders share similar statements about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as well as their children.
Earlier this year, a report emerged in the Daily Mail, saying that they have sent their son to a nursery, wherein an "emotional literacy" class is available. The Californian institution, also, reportedly teaches its students "how to be kind," and "less traditional mindfulness."
A fellow parent, whose child goes to the same nursery, unveiled, as well, that Prince Harry "often" drops and picks up Archie Harrison, adding that he "seems like a good dad." Moreover, the students, especially the royal-born Prince's classmates, are said to have "no idea" about him being a member of the British Royal Family.