Meghan Markle and Harry revealed details of the routine with their son, Archie. The couple participated in an interview with activist and Nobel Peace laureate 2014, Malala Yousafzai, this Sunday (11), in celebration of the Girl’s Day. The young woman is a reference in the militancy in favor of female education after having suffered an attack, at the age of 14, in an attempt to prevent the right to go to school. On that occasion, the Dukes of Sussex commented on the importance of educating young women and opened the game about learning at home, with the first-year-old son. Former high-ranking members of the British Royal Family reported that the heir has already learned to walk!
Harry and Meghan Markle saw their son’s first steps: ‘We were there’
Meghan Markle, who has just signed a contract with Netflix, said she had a very busy routine despite social isolation. But, despite the commitments, the Duchess of Sussex highlighted the possibility of enjoying more moments with the firstborn. “We are having several meetings by video call. (Laughs) But, in addition, we spent time with our little one”, warned the former actress and Harry added: “We saw the first step. We were there when you took the first steps, the first race, the first fall, in everything “.
Meghan Markle celebrates moments with Archie and Harry: ‘Luck’
Despite the atypical year in isolation and the suffering of several families due to the coronavirus pandemic, Meghan Markle celebrated the privilege of being at home and following the development of the firstborn together with her husband, Harry. “And this is so fantastic, because I think we are lucky to be able to see it grow. If it weren’t for COVID, we would be traveling around the world and working out on most occasions. We would miss these moments and we would have missed some. being an opportunity to spend more time with the family “, he highlighted.
Meghan Markle highlights women’s empowerment in education
In the interview, Meghan Markle commented on the work for women’s empowerment and highlighted the importance of education. “When girls have access to education, everyone wins and everyone is successful. This just opens the door to the success of society at the highest level. (…) I realized very early that when women have a seat at the table, conversations about politics, legislation and the dynamics of community life change. And normally, when a woman is present at the table, she defends an entire family, as opposed to a patriarchal presence. How to make a woman embrace her voice? do this when she is a girl “, she warned.