First Thanksgiving Day in the USA

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan celebrated their first harvest festival together in the USA, together with their son Archie and Mama Doria in their new home in California.

Prince Harry, 36, and Duchess Meghan, 39, have decided to celebrate their first harvest festival together in the USA in their new home in Montecito, California, only within the closest family. Last year, Archie’s young parents spent their first Thanksgiving Day in Canada with some “family time”. This time Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland, 64, came specially from Los Angeles, which is just over an hour’s drive away. The family celebration, which is important in the USA, was a welcome change for Harry and Meghan after the recent excitement surrounding the miscarriage.

Shortly before Thanksgiving, Duchess Meghan shared a tragic fate with the world. In an extremely honest and heartbreaking report in the New York Times, she announced that she had miscarried in July. “Losing a child means suffering an almost unbearable grief, which is experienced by many, but of which little has been said,” wrote Meghan.

Duchess Meghan cooks with vegetables from her own garden

“Meghan originally wanted to set up a big, traditional Thanksgiving festival in Montecito and invite some of her closest friends, but health is more important,” said an insider. “In view of the rising Corona cases, she refused to take risks. Instead, she planned a small, private get-together with her mother Doria, son Archie, 1, and Harry.”

Meghan is known to family and friends for her cooking skills, which she used to post frequently on Instagram. “Meghan cooks a traditional dinner with fresh vegetables straight from her own garden,” the source told People magazine. “They are very happy. Archie grows and flourishes quickly – as a family they spend many hours outside in the garden. “Previously, Archie celebrated Halloween in the traditional way last month including” trick or treating “.

Finally a clear focus again

The royal dropout couple only moved to California in March and stayed in Los Angeles until they found their new home about 100 miles north. The luxurious nine bedroom property they bought for € 11.76 million is now the family’s new “permanent home”.

“Since Archie arrived, everything has been so turbulent and a lot of things were in the air,” continues the insider in People. “It wasn’t exactly easy. For the first time in a long time, they have a clear focus.”

Those: People, Closer


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