Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been in the limelight since then they have announced their exit from the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have recently returned to Canada in their mansion situated in Vancouver Island to their 10-month old kid Archie, after their final engagements as royal in the UK.
They took the decision to give Archie a normal life. However, the things recently changed amid the pandemic coronavirus outbreak. The Queen and Philip have reached Windsor to be protective amid the situation and she shared a heartfelt message about the present situation which eventually shared by Meghan and Harry from their Sussex Royal account.
The things didn’t go well with the fans as they directly hit them for not taking much care of the elderly people of the home. As per the sources, both Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are planning their next trip to the UK even after stepping down from the Royal status.
They didn’t carry their son Archie with them on their last trip because of the global pandemic but they will come back again with their son so that he could meet his great grandmother.
The source recently informed to HollywoodLife: “Meghan wants Harry to remain close to his family. There’s no question about that. It’s been a tough time but at the end of the day he still loves his family and that won’t change and hasn’t changed.”
The source further added that Harry has always been very close to his grandmother and he wants her to spend time with Archie. Even everyone understood why they left Archie in Canada on their trip. The source again added that they would love to return with Archie and spend time with her at Balmoral as well in the summer.
However, amid coronavirus threat, both Meghan and Harry are with their kid where Meghan made sure that they get protected in every possible way.
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