Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, are the adorable young children of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The protective parents frequently discuss their son and daughter in interviews, but they don’t often show pictures of them in order to respect their privacy.
However, it’s possible that the young kids will make a small appearance in their parents’ upcoming Netflix docuseries, which is scheduled to premiere in early December.
According to rumors, the couple’s new project, which will feature their “love story,” is scheduled to air on December 8.
Although the final title of their project has not yet been disclosed, it is believed that the initial title was Chapters.
Archie and Lilibet might not be caught on camera, but the program might feature footage of them or even brand-new pictures.
In March 2021, when the couple discussed their lives on Oprah with Meghan and Harry, video of Archie playing on the beach and a precious photo of the young child feeding the family’s pet chickens were shown.
Meghan responded last month to a question regarding the docuseries in her Variety cover story: “Even though it might not be how we would have told the story, it’s nice to be able to trust a seasoned director whose work I’ve long admired with it. But that isn’t the reason we’re telling you. Our story will be seen through their eyes because we trusted them with it.”
Lilibet, whose name was derived from the nickname of the late Queen Elizabeth, has been photographed much less frequently because she is younger.
The last time the public saw images of the young royal was when her parents shared several adorable photos of her on her first birthday.
Two hours north of Los Angeles in Montecito, Meghan and Harry are raising their kids. In a recent interview with Variety, Meghan talked about her family life and how she and Harry decided to continue working from home during the pandemic so they could spend more time with their young children.
As most people began to do during lockdown, she said, “We work from home.” “It enables us to spend a lot of time with our children at this incredibly important time in their lives. This time can never be taken back. I make the kids’ breakfast, and we prepare them for the day.”