Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Asked To ‘Slow Down’

Reportedly, The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been asked to slow down, amid their royal work

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Meghan Markle And Prince Harry Asked To ‘Slow Down’
The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have started their new life as parents after delivering their first son, Archie Harrison. However, this didn’t stop the royal couple from their contribution towards the society and the great social work they are currently doing for the society. Earlier, the two visited and greeted the people residing in the vicinity of royal Windsor palace where they met the military families who have served the country. In fact, a few days ago, Prince Harry wrapped up his last royal engagement of the year before he goes on a six-week-long break with his wife and son. With so much going on in their life, it was reported that Harry and Meghan are asked to slow down a bit.

According to the Sunday Telegraph report, a source was quoted saying, "The Duchess was working on the Vogue edit and the Smart Set collection and remained very engaged with the office, participating in weekly team meetings. We were saying to her, ‘Wow, this is not what a maternity break looks like, you need to slow down." However, we have earlier reported that Meghan and Harry will be starting their own foundation which they have separated themselves from the Royal Foundation. On the same note, the source further quoted saying that to take a break as there is no rush with the foundation.

Apart from taking a break from their hectic schedule, the Duke and Duchess will also be breaking the years-long tradition of spending Christmas with the Royal family as the beloved couple will be spending their Christmas at Meghan’s mother Doria along with their six-month-old son, Archie.

Image source: Instagram/ meghanmarkle_official
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