Meghan Markle has revealed that she wants her son, Archie, to have cousins and a big family that she didn’t have.
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In the fifth episode of the Netflix documentary Meghan & Harry, Meghan Markle, who is being held accountable by the British media for Prince Harry’s decision to step down from the royal family, said: “Looking back at my childhood, it was amazing. But I remember feeling a lot of loneliness.
“I wanted these cousins and these people. I just wanted all of that. And I didn’t have a big family,” said Meghan Markle.
She said, “When I was pregnant with Archie, I was so excited to be able to create something for him that I’ve always wanted. So I did everything I could to make them proud.” And to really be part of the family…and the bubble burst,” added Meghan Markle.
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Meghan Markle revealed on her Spotify podcast how she and Prince Harry are raising children.
“I wrote a children’s book that came out a year or two or three years ago that was basically about the softer side of masculinity and how I’ve seen my husband as a father and his example. It’s been written about,’ said Meghan Markle in her New York Times bestseller, On The Bench.
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“It’s someone a boy can look up to and say, ‘Oh, this is what it means to be a man. ‘ Here’s an example of that.” He is someone you can talk to when you are crying. That’s who sits with me. Someone who can put a Band-Aid on my knee. And that level of nurturing can come from the male figure in your life, just as it can come from the female figure,” Meghan Markle said.