Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Have Gone to Extremes to Protect Archie from the ‘Royal Fish Bowl’ Harry Grew Up In

by Jeremy Spirogis
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and son Archie meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex made a drastic transfer once they introduced their plans to step again from their royal duties however, based on the brand new ebook Finding Freedom, stepping out the highlight was crucial for the safety and privateness of their son, Archie. Find out the opposite measures the couple took to guard their youngster.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and son Archie meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu
Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and son Archie | Pool/Samir Hussein/WireImage

‘Finding Freedom’ goes inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal expertise

It grew to become clear that Prince Harry and Meghan have been struggling with dwelling a life within the highlight so their determination to depart their royal duties behind wasn’t that stunning.

Finding Freedom‘s authors, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, declare that the Sussexes weren’t supported throughout their time within the royal household, prompting their transfer to exit.

During an interview with Good Morning America, Scobie defined, “History will remember them as a couple that were perhaps failed by the institution of the monarchy, where there was this chance to have a woman of color, an American woman of color, in the house of Windsor representing the monarchy just as much as her husband.”

He added, “That was a chance for the royal family to have diversity, inclusivity, and representation in a way that no other moment in their lives could have brought and for them to not have harnessed that is something that I’m sure historians will be looking at for years to come.”

“They had no choice other than to leave because they both knew that it wasn’t going to continue should they just carry on as they were,” Scobie stated.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have gone to extremes for his or her son’s privateness

One of the couple’s priorities, the ebook reveals, is their want to guard their son Archie. Given Prince Harry’s expertise rising up within the royal highlight, it was a “top priority” to maintain Archie away from the “royal fish bowl.”

Among their efforts to take care of Archie’s privateness was the transfer to not give him a royal title and to maintain his christening non-public. The ebook’s authors clarify how Meghan took subject with the expectation that she ought to “serve her child on a silver platter.”

The ebook claims (through Express) that Meghan advised a friend, “The same people who have been abusing me want to see me serve my child on a silver platter. A child who is not going to be protected and doesn’t have a title. How does that make sense? Tell that to any mother in the world.”

Further, the ebook’s authors clarify how the couple didn’t need Archie to have Prince Harry’s childhood expertise. “Harry, who learned the dark side of growing up in the royal fish bowl early on in his life by watching his mother relentlessly chased by the paparazzi, and Meghan, quickly getting the same lesson, both wanted to ensure their son chose his own destiny rather than being forced into one by virtue of the family he had been born into,” the ebook’s authors clarify.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘put Archie first’

The couple additionally wished to take the mandatory precautions to maintain the paparazzi away and, once they moved to Canada, the authors clarify, Prince Harry and Meghan baby-proofed and “tried to paparazzi-proof the property.”

“Additional fencing had been installed around the perimeter to prevent the long camera lenses they knew would eventually show up from interrupting their daily walks with Archie around the wooden landscape and sandy beachfront,” the ebook notes.

Scobie and Durand discussed the ebook on BBC Today, with Durand sharing why the Sussexes made their drastic exit determination.

“I think that the decision that the duke and duchess made was really in the interest of their family and they did this because they wanted more privacy, they wanted to step back, they wanted to put Archie first and it was the right decision for this time in their lives,” Durand defined.

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