Baby Archie update: Prince Harry’s big plans for Archie’s future | Royal | News

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle became parents for the first time on May 6, 2019, when they welcomed little Archie Harrison. But since the couple left the Royal Family earlier this year, updates on their son have been scarce.

However, the Duke of Sussex gave insight to his plans for Archie.

Young Archie, who is 16-months-old, currently lives in Santa Barbara in the US with his parents.

The family-of-three is happily settling into life in their new home.

In a video call with the Evening Standard to help kick off Black History Month in Britain, Meghan said: “We are doing well. [Archie] is so good.

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The area offers stunning stretches of coastline, nearby hills and plenty of hiking trails and nature walks.

A source previously told PEOPLE Archie has “space to run free” in the area.

Another source added: “They were craving a smaller community and a slower pace — Montecito is very mellow, a charming little town and the Santa Barbara [area] offers an ideal lifestyle that they’re looking forward to.

“They feel like the future holds endless possibility.

“They can hope to give Archie as normal a life as possible there.

“They feel the new house is a place of peace — and it offers inspiration to build Archwell [foundation], which they’re focused on.”

During an appearance on Fortune magazine’s Most Powerful Women virtual summit, Meghan said: “For me, it’s been amazing to spend time with my husband and watch our little one grow and that’s where our attention has been,” she added.

“In addition to, of course, how we can be a part of the change of energy that so many people are craving right now and whatever we can do to help in that capacity.”

The Duchess of Sussex also talked about the COVID-19 pandemic, saying “people are all going through a reset and we are all going through a moment of reckoning — and probably a reevaluation of what really matters.”

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