The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not only moved home but also moved country since their son Archie Harrison was born, so it’s safe to say that their second baby will have a different childhood to their older sibling.
When Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their plans to step back as senior members of the royal family, they revealed they would be splitting their time between the UK and the US.
Take a look at how this may impact their second baby’s family time, privacy and more…
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How will Meghan Markle and Prince Harry introduce their royal baby?
When the couple welcomed their firstborn at London’s Portland Hospital, they gave a formal press conference introducing their son to the world. But they are expected to give birth in a US hospital, and it’s assumed it will be a more private event – perhaps they’ll share a photo of their second child on social media, like Princess Eugenie.
Archie accompanied his parents on their royal tour of South Africa in 2018
Meghan and Harry also took their four-month-old little boy on his first royal tour to South Africa in 2018. It was during this time…