Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are Coming to America! Archie Will Reportedly Spend His First Thanksgiving in LA
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are going to celebrate Thanksgiving in America this year. A source says the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will visit Los Angeles next month to spend the holiday with her mom, Doria Ragland. The pair is expected to take a six-week break from their royal schedule just in time for Thanksgiving, allowing them to travel with their youngest, Archie Harrison.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are coming to America!
The insider revealed that Markle and Prince Harry have a packed schedule until the middle of November. At that time, they will take a break from their royal duties for some quality family time. Hopefully, this means some more adorable pics of Archie Harrison on the road.
“The Duke and Duchess have a full schedule of engagements and commitments until mid-November, after which they will be taking some much-needed family time,” the insider dished.
According to Page Six, Markle believes it is important for her son to know his connection to America, which could mean frequent trips to the states. It is also important that Markle’s mom gets to spend as much time with her grandson as possible, especially since she lives half-way around the world from the pair.
The Thanksgiving excursion will be Archie Harrison’s first trip to the United States. He traveled with Markle and Prince Harry during their tour of South Africa this month, so it won’t be his first trip abroad.
The announcement, meanwhile, comes after Markle’s emotional interview about living under the spotlight and adjusting to life as a new mom.
The former Suits star, who gave birth to her son back in May, admitted that she felt vulnerable during her pregnancy and that it has been difficult dealing with the press with a baby in the house. The interview followed the couple’s return home from their 10-day tour of South Africa — a place that has always held a special place in Prince Harry’s heart.
Harry opens up about being in Africa
Harry and Markle enjoyed a packed schedule during their tour of South Africa, visiting several countries in the region as they promoted their charitable endeavors. Although Archie Harrison made the trip, he only appeared once in public. The rest of the time he was kept behind closed doors, either with Markle or the couple’s nanny.
For Prince Harry, he recently revealed that he feels more comfortable in Africa more than any other part of the world. Not only does he do a lot of work in the region, but he and Markle experienced their first-time bonding as a couple during a trip to Africa.
Harry also explained how he is completely devoted to Africa and is focusing his efforts on conservation, among other projects.
Prince Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, also shared a close connection to Africa. Princess Diana worked with several charities in the region, endeavors Prince Harry and Markle hope to continue.
While Harry and Markle are now looking forward to their upcoming trip to America, he teased that a move to Africa is not out of the question.
Will Prince Harry and Markle move to Africa
In his interview, Prince Harry admitted that Cape Town would be an ideal place for him and Markle to set up a base camp of sorts.
He did not confirm that a move is imminent but given his fondness for Africa and all of the charitable work he has done in the country it wouldn’t be surprising if Prince Harry and Markle set up shop in Cape Town. That said, there have also been rumors that Markle and Prince Harry are looking to move to Los Angeles so she can be closer to her mother.
Ragland and Markle are very close, with the former appearing at Markle’s wedding in 2018 and Archie Harrison’s birth last May. Although Markle and Prince Harry have help raising their baby son, there is little doubt that Ragland would like to be more involved.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have not commented on all of the moving rumors.
It is also unclear if Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will make any public appearances during their trip to California, though our fingers are definitely crossed.