Meghan Markle Asserts That She And Prince Harry Are “Very Happy” And “Doing Well” As They Witness Their Family “Growing And Evolving”

Meghan Markle Asserts That She And Prince Harry Are

In an exclusive interview, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared intimate details about Prince Archie, Princess Lilibet, and recent humanitarian efforts.

Meghan, 42, takes delight in observing the growth and progress of her young family in their California residence.

“We’re just doing great,” she expressed with happiness filling their lives as they watched their children, Archie, 5, and Lilibet, 2, become their own. “And happy to be watching our family grow up and evolve. Of course, I’m happy. We’re really happy.”

Following a three-day trip to Nigeria, Meghan and Prince Harry were invited by General Christopher Musa, Nigeria’s chief of defense staff.

During their visit, they focused on the Invictus Games, an international adaptive multi-sport event for wounded, injured, or sick armed services personnel and veterans.

This event held particular significance as Nigeria, having joined the Community of Nations in 2022, made its debut in the Invictus community.

Prince Harry, 39, shared, “These trips are about us being able to go out and go and focus on the things that mean so much to us.” Meghan concurred, “It’s really meaningful. Just being able to connect to people … that’s what makes it special.”

During their stay, the royal couple visited Nigeria Unconquered, an affiliate of the Invictus Games, and a military hospital in Kaduna.

The Duke said, “That experience of knowing what life, post-injury, is like gives people so much hope. And hope, hope, hope is a huge part of this.”

The revelation brought her excitement and a sense of connection to her roots, which she eagerly anticipates sharing with her children.

“That’s such a special thing as a mother to know you can do,” she remarked.

The couple’s focus on mental health was evident as they engaged with students at Lightway Academy. Meghan recounted a touching moment with her daughter Lilibet, whose innocent observation, “Mama, I see me in you,” resonated with the Duchess as she addressed the students, “Looking around this room, I see myself in all of you as well.”

Meghan told People, “I always reflect back on myself as a young girl and the type of inspiration that I wanted to see in other women. I hope in some small way I can be a part of that for a lot of these young girls especially.”

“I saw myself in them. I see the potential in all of these young girls — and, by the way, in these young boys, as well.”

She aspires to be a source of inspiration for young girls and boys, recognizing, “It’s what we see in our own children — to give them that promise and excitement for their futures.”

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