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April 08, 2020

Us Weekly: Prince Harry & Meghan Markle Want to Teach Son Archie to Treat People Equally

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After stepping down as senior members of the royal family and moving to Los Angeles, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry want to teach their son about equality.

On March 31, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were officially free to embark on their new chapter in life beyond the confines of the royal family.

Weeks ago, the couple had secretly flown to Meghan's hometown in Los Angeles, California, where they are said to be house hunting and plan on living permanently.

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A source told US Weekly that the couple's son, Archie, is adjusting well to his new environment after spending almost three months in Canada.

It was revealed that the 10-month-old is enjoying the outdoors and loves being out in nature. The recent move has also been beneficial to Harry, who is said to be "getting to spend quality time with his family."

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While Meghan and Harry work on rebranding themselves as non-royals, they are also focused on giving Archie a normal childhood with values contrasting those from Harry's royal upbringing. The source explained:

"[Harry wants to teach Archie] the importance of treating people equally regardless of race and background."

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It is speculated that the couple had been unhappy with certain aspects of the royal protocol. They attempted to modernize things. The values Meghan and Harry hold are something they want to share with their son, the source revealed:

"[That] is something Harry will drum into him as soon as he's old enough to understand…They want to make the world a better place."

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, their decision to step down as senior members of the royal family was also influenced by their desire to raise Archie in a more multicultural environment.

They haven't completely departed from the values of servitude they learned as royal, and they intend to raise him as a responsible citizen with a compassionate understanding of the world.

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Using Archie as inspiration for the latest endeavor, Meghan and Harry recently announced the name of their highly anticipated non-profit and named the organization "Archewell."

According to Bazaar, the couple revealed that the name combines the Greek meaning "source of action" with the English word for a well; "a deep source" they explained: "we each must draw upon."

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