Meghan Markle Expresses Her Joy In Motherhood, Sharing Insights About Her ‘Chatty’ Children, Archie And Lili

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Meghan Markle Expresses Her Joy In Motherhood, Sharing Insights About Her 'Chatty' Children, Archie And Lili

On day two of her rapid-fire mini-tour in Nigeria, Meghan Markle shared her deep affection for motherhood, discussing her ‘chatty’ children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet.

During Saturday afternoon’s event, where she co-hosted a Women in Leadership gathering with Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director General of the World Trade Organization, Meghan made a heartfelt remark about her little ones.

The event aimed to underscore the significance of female leadership and empowerment in fostering positive global transformation. Radiant in a red summer dress, Meghan exuded confidence onstage as she engaged in dialogue alongside Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.

When the conversation turned to how women juggle motherhood with their careers, and the Duchess was asked for advice, she sweetly said: “I love being a mum, I love being a mum.”

She then recalled: “When I was on season one of Suits, so that was a long time ago. Now I know the show is having a resurgence, but that was a long time ago. Let’s say maybe a decade ago.”

“And Bonnie Hammer, who runs NBCUniversal, was a huge mentor, remains a huge mentor to me. And I remember having the good fortune at the time that she invited me to have breakfast and I thought this was just the biggest deal in the world,” she continued.

“And I asked her that exact question. I said, ‘How do you find the balance?’ And she said, ‘You don’t, you’ll never find the balance.'”

Meghan smiled: “And this was before I was married, before I had children, before all the things in my life have certainly had a plot twist. 

“And it struck me and it stayed with me for a long time because you say, ‘Well how can you be so successful? And she’s a mother as well and she’s married and say that you’ll never find the balance? What does life feel like if it’s imbalanced?'”

Meghan said: “What I think that to mean now is that that balance will always change for you. That balance, what seems balanced ten years ago is going to shift. 

“And so being a mum has always been a dream of mine. And I’m so fortunate that we have two beautiful, healthy, very chatty sweet children.”

During the Q&A session, Meghan was questioned about her feelings regarding her Nigerian heritage. She responded, “Firstly, thank you all so much for being here. I am deeply flattered, honored, and inspired.

“It has been a whirlwind 24 hours since we arrived, and I very quickly got the memo than I need to wear more colour so I can fit in with all of you in your incredible fashion. I am very overwhelmed. So, I want to start by saying thank you very much for just how gracious you’ve all been in welcoming my husband and I to this country, my country.”

She added her first thing she did when she found out her heritage was “call my mum, because I wanted to know if she had any awareness of it”. 

“It was exciting for both of us to discover more and understand what that really means,” she said.

Meghan added: “And every single moment that I hear anyone so far talk about what it means to be a Nigerian woman, it is the most flattering thing to be in that company, to be in your company.”

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