Meghan Markle will be treated to ‘breakfast in bed’ by Prince Harry and son Archie and will enjoy a video call with Doria on Mother’s Day in LA, Royal Expert claims
- Grant Harrold, aka The Royal Butler, shared his predictions for the American vacation
- Claimed that with the help of his father, Meghan will be ‘spoiled’ by son Archie
- Because of the social distance, the Duchess of Sussex will not be able to see mother Doria
- Grant said the pair will likely enjoy a Mother’s Day video call in LA
Meghan Markle is being treated to breakfast in bed by son Archie and husband Prince Harry on Mother’s Day in the US, a royal expert claims.
While the annual celebration of mothers is marked in the UK in March, the holiday of America is held in May.
Last year, Meghan had given birth to son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor just a week earlier – who became one on Wednesday.
Since moving to California after quitting as senior members of the royal family, this Mother’s Day is likely to celebrate the Sussexes at their ultra-luxury Beverly Hills hideaway owned by Hollywood tycoon Tyler Perry.
Meghan Markle is being treated to breakfast in bed by son Archie and husband Prince Harry on Mother’s Day in the US, a royal expert claims. Pictured: Meghan and Archie in a video clip filmed on the young royal family’s first birthday
Grant Harrold, aka The Royal ButlerFEMAIL said, “I’m sure Little Archie with his dad’s help will ensure Meghan is spoiled in the same way that all other moms in the United States are hopefully spoiled on this special occasion, including breakfast in bed.
“But Archie may need some help from his father to accomplish this small task!”
Because of the social distance, the Duchess of Sussex, 38, will not be able to spend the day with her own mother Doria Ragland, who she has not seen since her recent move to the U.S.
The Sussex family is held after California governor Gavin Newsom issued a “stay at home” order in the state.
Grant insisted, however, that the couple would like to catch up on a video call to celebrate the special holiday.
Due to social distance, the Duchess of Sussex, 38, will not be able to spend the day with her own mother Doria Ragland, who she has not seen since her recent move to the U.S.
The Sussexes are likely to celebrate Mother’s Day today in their ultra-luxury Beverly Hills hideaway belonging to Hollywood magnate Tyler Perry
“As we’ve seen, Meghan is very close to her mom, but because of social distance, the Sussex family probably won’t see her in person,” he said.
“But they will likely use a Skype, Zoom, or FaceTime video call, just like any other family.”
Perry’s house is where Meghan and Harry celebrated Archie’s first birthday on Wednesday, with a ‘smash cake’ and Zoom chats with friends and family, a source told People Magazine.
The couple filmed a fun video of the former Suits actress reading Duck! Rabbit! to Archie, filmed and shared last week with the Save the Children Instagram account – part of a celebrity-backed fundraising campaign launched in the US by Hollywood star Jennifer Garner, who is friends with Meghan.
The clip was received with great enthusiasm by royal fans, who noticed how much Archie looked like Harry, 35, at the same age.
Oprah, 66, is believed to have donated little Archie a huge collection of children’s books, including the story the Duchess read in the video.
Meanwhile, it has been revealed that a biography about the pair will be released online worldwide on August 11, with the hard copy on sale from August 20.
The book is fully titled Finding Freedom: Harry And Meghan And The Making of A Modern Royal Family and is published by Dey Street Books.
The publisher is said to have had briefings with people close to the pair, and the publication is likely to be serialized ahead of a full release.
Today Prince Harry shared a video from his home in LA on the occasion of the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games, which was canceled due to the corona virus, saying that life has “changed dramatically.”