Us Weekly: Meghan Markle Takes Walk with Baby Archie Every Day through the Woods in Vancouver
Meghan Markle finally has the much-needed quality time with her son, Archie, since she and Prince Harry relocated to Canada.
Since Meghan Markle migrated to Canada with her husband, Prince Harry, and their son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, things have started looking up for their family.
“She either pushes him in a stroller through the paved trails through the public woods by their home or straps him on and walks the more rustic routes.”
Us Weekly's source went on to add that the 38-year-old had even shown her friendly side to those that she occasionally ran into during their walk as she would stop to chat with them about the weather and parenting.
It would be recalled that Meghan and her husband had relocated to Canada after they announced that they wanted to step back from their duties as senior royals in January.
A few days after their shocking announcement, Harry was seen getting off a plane in the early hours of January 21, with a bag hung over his shoulder.
While all have appeared fine on the Meghan and Harry front, one person who was allegedly affected by the drama of "Mexit" was the Queen.
The 35-year-old appeared to be unbothered by the royal family drama in his black puffer jacket, blue jeans, tan suede boots, and blue beanie ensemble.
The father-of-one had returned to his Vancouver home after he spent most of January 20 in London at the 2020 U.K.-Africa Investment Summit.
At the point of the conference, Meghan was caught on camera as she smiled during a walk in the park that included her two dogs and Archie in a baby carrier.
While all have appeared fine on the Meghan and Harry front, one person who was allegedly affected by the drama of "Mexit" was the Queen. According to a Us Weekly source, the 93-year-old's heart was broken "over the thought of not getting to see her great-grandson.”
The heartbreak evolved from the fact the Queen had most likely lost a chance to build a lasting relationship with Archie.
Despite that slight hurdle, the monarch had reportedly chosen to maintain her high spirits and view the situation from an optimistic angle.