Inside Duchess Meghan And Prince Harry’s 2021 Plans And Life In Montecito
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have achieved unimaginable success after a year that started with anguish and uncertainty. Here's what they plan for 2021—and where things stand with the royal family now.
to reach young people through Zoom calls and other means to provide hope.The Duke and Duchess making a recent surprise virtual appearance at a Get Lit youth poetry Zoom class from their California home.Instagram"They feel so much better about where they are and what their prospects are for the future. They’re looking forward to their work. Projects which were being implemented are finally being brought to fruition. Everything will start to pick up pace in 2021," a friend of the couple told ELLE.com.
While the global pandemic has required everyone to adapt, there was also a silver lining for the Sussexes. The couple, who had initially made the decision to step back hoping to lead a more private life away from the spotlight, were able to enjoy many of Archie’s memorable first milestones. Celebrating International Day of the Girl, Meghan shared with Malala Yousafzai,"We are fortunate to have the time to watch him grow." Harry revealed,"We were both there for his first steps. his first run, his first fall, his first everything."
This content is imported from Instagram. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site.A post shared by Mayhew 🐶🐱 (@themayhew)In fact, life in Montecito, Harry admitted to Corden, is pretty idyllic! He spoke proudly about Archie, as any new father would, revealing Archie’s first word was crocodile, perfect for Harry, who is patron of a number of African conservation charities. Corden replied, “Crocodile, that’s a big word.” headtopics.com
“He is hysterical; he's got the most amazing personality," Harry said. “He's already putting three, four words together; he's already singing songs.”The Duke also shared that the Queen gave them a very surprising, unique Christmas gift."Interesting, my grandmother asked us what Archie wanted for Christmas, and Meg said a waffle maker. She sent us a waffle maker for Archie. Breakfast now, Meg makes up a beautiful organic mix. In the waffle maker, flip it, out it comes. He loves it. And now I have waffles for breakfast. A bit of yogurt, a bit of jam on top, I don't know if that's the right thing to do. A bit of berries, maybe, a bit of honey, a bit of syrup...Archie wakes up in the morning and literally just goes: 'Waffle? Done.'”
COVID has not just allowed the family to spend more time together; it’s also helped the Royal family reconnect. Prince Harry was very concerned when both his father and brother contracted the virus during the spring. The Sussexes have"been keeping in touch with the family throughout the COVID pandemic. It’s brought everyone closer together," a source tells ELLE.com.
Harry told Corden he and Meghan keep in touch with the Queen and Prince Philip so they can see a growing Archie via Zoom.It’s too soon to tell when Harry and Meghan might return to London given the continued global pandemic, but Harry certainly has his eye on Prince Philip’s 100th birthday June 9 and the Queen’s official birthday celebration Trooping the Colour June 12, the same week, to reunite with family. With Meghan’s
recently-announced pregnancy, things are in flux.William and Harry are hoping to also come together to unveil the statue for Princess Diana on July 3 at Kensington Palace on what would have been the Princess of Wales' 60th birthday. A friend of the couple told ELLE.com, “You have all of those signature moments, these key events that they would hope to travel for, but they will have to see what the status is of medical guidance in the next few months." headtopics.com
Until then, Harry and Meghan are firmly focused on their future, Archie, and the huge strides they have have made in just nine months with their Archewell nonprofit.Carolyn DurandCarolyn Durand is a royal contributor for ELLE.com and Oprah.com who has covered the royal family for more than 15 years.
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