Meghan Markle Will Make ‘Intermittent Appearances’ During Maternity Leave

An extensive look at the Duchess of Sussex’s new life as a mom has been revealed by Elle.

Multiple sources gave the publication an inside view of life for the new parents, including the breastfeeding and diaper changes. Prince Harry wants to be as “involved as possible” and while the sleepless nights are catching up, he is “enjoying every minute of it.”

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They have settled nicely into their Frogmore Cottage home that is “providing the family with so much happiness! It is quiet and out of the hustle and bustle of London. For them all to be able to walk freely and enjoy the beautiful area is such a sensational treat!”

An insider added that “Meghan is radiant, taking each day one day at a time…what strikes me most is this authentic peacefulness that has settled within her” as she spends her three or four-month maternity leave surrounded by friends and family.

Fans got their first public glimpse of Meghan during last weekend’s Trooping the Colour, while she is still on mat leave, it is typical for royal ladies to still make that appearance. The Duchess of Cambridge did the same.

The Duchess is taking her royal duties very seriously, so while she will be taking time off for now, “intermittent appearances” are expected.

Another revealing fact in the article suggests that the first glimpse of Archie will come before the Queen departs for Balmoral at the end of July. Traditionally christenings have occurred around six weeks, so planning it before Queen Elizabeth takes off for the summer is very likely.

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Meghan’s good friend Serena Williams will also be in London soon for Wimbledon and like in the past, Meg could be there cheering her on.

Though, the real show of the family will come in October with the expected tour of Africa. And as any parent could tell them, travelling with a baby is never easy so start packing now.

You can read the full feature here.


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