A recent interview with Meghan Markle reveals some very endearing details about her and Prince Harry’s three-year-old son Archie, including the cutest information about his school life.
We already know that the $15.5 million ($11 million) Montecito home of Meghan and Harry has a lovely garden for the kids, complete with “Archie’s Chick Inn,” a special pen for rescued hens.
There also seems to be an abundance of fresh garden produce!
According to Meghan’s latest interview with the Cut, when his mother picks him up for the school run, “cheerful” Archie yells out, “Momma, Momma, Momma!”
At the birthday celebrations of his school friends, the great-grandson of the Queen “brings a week’s worth of freshly picked fruit for his fellow classmates.” Adorable!
The Duchess says that the young boy is picking up manners: “We always tell him that character defines a person. The importance of manners cannot be overstated.”
Meghan is actually a little bit of an expert! She gave the interviewer fruit and vegetables from their garden and a jar of jam from the Lili Bunny Garden + Larder, complete with labels made on Etsy, as gifts after sharing advice about hosting and giving gifts on her previous blog The Tig.
Archie’s Montecito home is already a special place for him, from the rescue chicken coop to the fruit and vegetable garden – especially a pair of palm trees for which he has an unexpected name.
Meghan revealed: “Those two palm trees were one of the first things my husband saw when we walked around the house when we were considering buying the house. Look at the bottom to see how they are joined. My love, it’s us, he says. And now Archie always says, “Hi Momma,” when he passes by us. Hello, Papa.