Meghan and Harry’s son Archie has started attending nursery, as a fellow parent has given insight into what it’s like sharing a school with the royals.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son Archie has officially started attending nursery school in California, with claims his classmates “don’t know” he’s a member of the British royal family.
According to The Mirror, the two-year-old’s school – which is presumably not far from the Sussexes $A20 million Montecito mansion – teaches its students “emotional literacy”, mindfulness and how to look after the environment.
The publication also reports students are taught Spanish, music, theatre and dance, while they also help harvest vegetables in the school’s gardens.
A parent spoke anonymously to the website, saying they often see Harry, 37, doing pick-up and drop-off duty.
“Harry often drops Archie off and picks him up, and seems like a good dad,” the parent said. “All the parents have been laid-back in welcoming Harry and Meghan, without making a fuss. And to the other kids, Archie is just one of them.
“They don’t know his parents are royalty, and probably wouldn’t care. Unless Meghan was a Disney princess.”
It comes after Archie’s little sister, Lilibet Diana, was seen in a photo for the first time since her birth in June.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex released their annual Christmas card in December, which shows a casual Meghan, 40, holding Lilibet as Harry and Archie look on and smile.