Meghan Markle and Prince Harry “are more confused after Megxit,” a good friend tells People magazine
- It is said that the couple enjoys walking in the woods by home on Vancouver Island
- Their child is also said to be a very happy baby and Meghan is a “wonderful mother”
- Is because their 15 employees have been fired this week
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to be “confused” and to treat nine-month-old Archie as their priority, according to an American weekly magazine.
The couple would also enjoy walking in the woods around their hideout on Vancouver Island, Canada, and were delighted to show their son snow for the first time.
The news will come as a kick to the 15 staff members dedicated to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when the couple destroyed their household after taking a step back from their royal duties.
It is also claimed that Prince Harry is part of meetings with the global investment bank Goldman Sachs about signing a multi-million pound deal as the company’s motivational speaker.
Meghan and Prince Harry are also said to enjoy forest walks around their bolthole in Canada before relaxing at home with Archie and the dogs. They are pictured together when visiting Canada House last month
“Archie is the priority,” said an alleged friend of the couple People magazine.
‘It is still very important to take care of him and to put the family first. He is a happy child – he likes to laugh.
“Archie and Harry are having a good time. And Meghan is a wonderful mother. She really wants to take care of him. They try to live their lives as ordinary parents. “
The friend also told how the couple would throw the forest around their house before relaxing indoors with Archie and the dogs.
The couple would have told their staff in January that they would be fired after announcing that they were resigning as senior royals.
It is said that Prince Harry is in talks about concluding a multi-million dollar contract with investment bank Goldman Sachs. He is depicted with Meghan at Royal Lancaster House in October 2019
Among those losing their jobs are the newly appointed private secretary Fopma Mcilwham and their hugely experienced communications head Sara Latham.
In a movement called “crass” by royal commentators, Meghan uploaded a video of himself in a sparkling hat with the editor of British Vogue Edward Enninful, just hours after the layoffs were announced.
During their stay in Canada, the couple also took a private jet to speak at a JP Morgan event.
They have also strengthened security by their $ 14 million bolthole.