With the coronavirus pandemic still in full effect, everyone has to stay at home. For Prince Harry, this presents an excellent opportunity to enjoy some quality time with his family.
Last weekend, the Duke of Sussex hopped on a video call with some carers and parents in the United Kingdom. The call was a part of an initiative of WellChild, one of his charities.
Given that he recently relocated to live in the United States, many were curious about how he’s adjusting to life. He explained that while things are tough, he’s been able to focus on some positives.
One of those has been the opportunity to spend time with his family. His son, Archie, will turn 1 in May, and he expressed his glee at the bonding they’ve done so far.
Harry mentioned that he and his wife have been able to see some of their friends occasionally. However, what makes staying at home worthwhile has been family time.
Prince Harry went on to add that so far, he has learned to focus on most of these positives. Soon enough, it will be time to move and travel, and there might not be much time to enjoy family, like this.
The royalty also praised the parents who are dealing with this situation. He explained that he’s got his hands full with one child, so he can imagine how parents with several children do it.
Archie isn’t the only Royal Family member celebrating a birthday soon.
However, he isn’t the only royal celebrating a birthday soon. The Queen will turn 94 later this month, and the entire U.K would like to celebrate with her. Sadly, they won’t be able to, although her family will do their best. As a report explained:
“They [Harry and Meghan] promised to FaceTime the queen with Archie as soon as they all wake up in L.A. that morning.”
Buckingham Palace canceled Trooping the Color – the official public celebration of the Queen’s birthday. So, she will mark the milestone with her family instead.
Trooping the Color is often the big spectacle of the Queen’s birthday. While she celebrates her initial birthday with her loved ones, the event allows every Brit to commemorate with her.
Sadly, the coronavirus pandemic has made it impossible for this year’s festivities to hold. The Queen herself is at Windsor Castle with her husband, Prince Philip. Reports suggest that they will be there till the virus blows over.