Baby Archie snub: How Meghan Markle desperately wants THIS for her son after royal exit


BABY ARCHIE is currently spending time with his parents in Canada but what is Meghan Markle’s deepest wish for him once the Sussex family have officially left the Royal Family?

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is seventh in line to the British throne. But as of this spring, his mother and father Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will no longer be senior members of the Royal Family. The Sussex couple has many hopes for “normal life” after Megxit, but what does this mean for Archie?

In January, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their intention to step back as senior members of the Royal Family.

The couple dropped the bombshell announcement on their popular Instagram page, revealing their intention to work to become financially independent and split their time between North America and the UK.

After negotiations were held among the senior members of the Royal Family, the Queen offered her support to the couple, although said she would have “preferred” them to retain their roles.

As of Spring 2020, Harry, Meghan and Archie will begin a new life in Canada outside of the Royal Family.

Baby Archie snub: Archie

Baby Archie snub: What does Meghan Markle desperately want for her son after Megxit? (Image: GETTY)

Baby Archie snub: Archie

Baby Archie snub: Archie is now nine months old (Image: GETTY)

For Harry and Meghan, many have speculated about what the couple intends to do in the future.

Experts have estimated that the Sussex Royal brand could be worth an “absolute fortune”.

Some analysts say the couple could easily earn up to £500 million in their first year of independence.

The editor-in-chief on True Royalty TV, Nick Bullen said: “Brand Sussex is a global brand and could end up making an absolute fortune, from public speaking to Meghan reinventing her lifestyle blog, to merchandising or brand endorsements.”

Baby Archie snub: The Sussex family

Baby Archie snub: The Sussex family during their royal tour of South Africa (Image: GETTY)

When Prince Harry has spoken about his decision to leave the Royal Family, he has said he is “taking a leap of faith”.

The Duke of Sussex added he was compelled to make this move because he felt as though “there really was no other option”.

Harry also said he had found “the love and happiness” he had always wanted with Meghan and they were “not walking away”.

The Duke of Sussex added the decision had brought him “great sadness that it has come to this”.

According to sources, Harry and Meghan are enjoying a “quiet life” in Canada.

A source told People magazine: “They are enjoying living a quiet life.

“They go for long walks, they do yoga, and Meghan cooks.

“They are real homebodies who love to chill out with Archie and the dogs.”

Reportedly, Harry and Meghan are also planning to celebrate a low-key Valentine’s Day with Prince Harry planning to put his culinary skills to the test by making the Duchess of Sussex a pot roast dinner.

Baby Archie snub: The family

Baby Archie snub: The family are said to be enjoying the ‘quiet life’ (Image: GETTY)

Archie is now nine-months-old and will his parents have very clear ideas for what they want for his future.

Speaking to the MailOnline, an insider claimed Meghan was protecting Archie from picking up “stress and anxiety”.

They said: “She also felt like she couldn’t be the best mother to Archie if she wasn’t being her true, authentic self.

“Something she felt she couldn’t be in the Royal Family confines.

“She said she didn’t want Archie picking up on her stress and anxiety.”

But it was not only his mental health Meghan is desperately seeking for her son after Megxit.

One insider told Closer Magazine said: “When Meghan was in London she talked about homeschooling Archie.

“She felt she had no choice because of the negative publicity surrounding the family.

“But now they’ve moved to Canada, they’re planning to send Archie to nursery once he’s old enough. Meghan thinks it’s important for her little boy to interact with other kids.”