Meghan says she misses Lilibet and Archie as she reads to children at Invictus Games – World News

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry left their children Archie and Lilibet at home in California during their European trip to the Netherlands for the Invictus Games

Meghan wowed a group of children by reading to them at the event
Meghan wowed a group of children by reading to them at the event

Meghan Markle has admitted she is missing her two children while attending the Invictus Games with husband Prince Harry.

The Duchess of Sussex took a break from watching athletes competing in events, including sitting volleyball, to read to a group of children as part of a private event.

During her visit, she told British Army veteran James Stride that she misses her children Archie, three, and Lilibet, 10 months, who she and Harry left at home in their £12million California home.

said James The post : “Meghan was quite chatty and told me that she misses her children.

“She said she wanted to be with children as she misses her own.







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“Meghan told me she was familiar with the book and one that she had read to her own children. She was very friendly and the book was well known in her family.”

During the reading, a member of Meghan’s security team was on hand to keep an eye on any potential problems.

Outside, Meghan stopped to pose with some of the people at the event who had asked for a photo.

The pair previously watched today’s action alongside Jaco Van Gass, a Paralympic gold medalist and former Invictus competitor who suffered life-changing injuries while serving in the British Army.







Meghan admitted she misses her children who are at home in the US
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The 35-year-old said: “Invictus is basically his family.

“There are so many familiar faces he hasn’t seen in a while and back to all nations just to catch up again.

“He’s back with his own people, he’s back in an environment that he’s so natural in and that he cares about.

“I think that’s the most important thing – this great care that he has for the games.”

Harry and Meghan appeared relaxed while attending Sunday’s games, holding hands for most of the time.







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During the opening ceremony, Harry spoke about Archie and revealed how they chatted about what the toddler wants to be when he grows up.

The youngster’s ambitions include a daring cartoon cat who dresses up as a pirate.

Harry said: “To be a role model, or the role models that each of you are, it takes strength and courage.

“When I talk to my son Archie about what he wants to be when he grows up, some days it’s an astronaut, other days it’s a pilot – helicopter pilot, of course. Or Kwazii from Octonauts. If you laugh, then you’ve seen it.







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“But I remind him that no matter what you want to be, when you grow up your character is what matters most and nothing would make his mother and I prouder than to see that he has the character that we are aiming for today.” see us .”

Archie, who will be three in May, was born in the UK before moving to the US with family in 2020, and Lilibet only knows life in California, where she was born in June last year.

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