Archie Harrison and Lilibet Diana, the two children that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle share, are their own, and both devoted parents are excellent with young ones.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined kids in a race in a miniature Land Rover Defender on the first day of the Invictus Games back in 2020, displaying their natural affinity for kids.
The old video shows Harry in one white car and Meghan in another, both looking relaxed and beaming as the youngsters drove them around the track. It appeared to be a lot of fun!
Meghan could be seen cheering and beaming at one point as the child driving her car maneuvered around a challenging corner.
Harry and Meghan waved to the crowds while being chauffeured around the entertaining sporting event while donning sunglasses.
The Sussex family is not all fun and games, though; Harry and Meghan take their responsibility to raise their children well very seriously.
Meghan Markle unintentionally disclosed the current focus of their parenting with their eldest child, Archie, in a recent eye-opening article written by Allison P. Davis for The Cut.
When Meghan reminded Archie of the manners that make a man, Allison, who had also joined the family on the school run, wrote: “If he [Archie] forgets to say please or thank you, Meghan reminds him of the manners that make the man.”
We can’t help but agree that manners are really crucial!
Archie, age three, and Lilibet, age one, have not been publicly seen in a while. The royal couple prefers to keep their children out of the spotlight and only posts photos of them on special occasions like Christmas and birthdays.
The children may still appear in their parents’ upcoming Netflix docuseries, which is scheduled to premiere in the first week of December.