On Saturday, May 6, the Duke of Sussex will travel from the US to attend the coronation of his father, King Charles, which also happens to be his son Prince Archie’s fourth birthday.
Archie and his younger sister, Princess Lilibet, will remain in California with the Duchess of Sussex, but Prince Harry is anticipated to return to his Montecito residence soon after the Westminster Abbey service to celebrate Archie’s special day.
The Sussexes will also be celebrating a variety of occasions throughout this month, beginning on May 14 with US Mother’s Day.
Archie was born on May 6, 2019, and Lilibet followed on June 4, 2021, making Meghan a mother.
At the Women in Vision gala for the Ms. Foundation two days later, the Duchess is anticipated to receive her award from activist and journalist Gloria Steinem.
The gala, which also marks the foundation’s 50th anniversary, is held on May 16 in New York’s Ziegfeld Ballroom.
Meghan is referred to as “a feminist, champion of human rights and gender equity, and global role model” in her biography on the Ms. Foundation website.
“Her lifelong advocacy for women and girls remains a constant thread she weaves through both humanitarian and business endeavors,” it continues.
On May 23, Meghan will also accept her Gracie Award for the Archetypes podcast.
The Alliance of Women in Media Foundation gives out the Gracie Awards to recognize programming made by women for women. The Duchess won the award for Best Podcast Host for her 12-episode series that aimed to “dissect, explore, and subvert the labels that try to hold women back.”
“Thank you to the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation for this prestigious honor,” Meghan said after hearing the news. This is a joint achievement for the inspiring guests who joined me each week, the majority of whom are women, and the team behind Archetypes.
The Sussex family will also have a private celebration in May as Harry and Meghan will mark their fifth wedding anniversary on May 19. In 2018, the couple exchanged vows at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor in front of distinguished guests and members of the royal family.
The bride was stunning in a Givenchy wedding gown, and the groom was dressed in the Blues and Royals’ traditional frockcoat uniform. Also on loan to Meghan from the late Queen was Queen Mary’s Diamond Bandeau tiara.