Meghan Markle makes major announcement as Queen’s mourning period comes to an end

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have been making the most of some precious time with their young family since their return to Montecito.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex spent an extended period away from Archie and Lilibet following the death of the Queen on 8 September.


They remained in the UK until after the late monarch’s state funeral on 19 September, returning to the States two days later. And, with the official mourning period now over, it seems the pair are preparing to return to work.

A new message has been shared on the Archetypes Spotify page, which confirms: “Regularly scheduled episodes will resume Tuesday, October 4.”

It’s not known who Meghan’s guest on the podcast will be; Variety reports that the Duchess will be discussing Asian-American tropes with comedian Margaret Cho.

Prior to its pause, three full episodes of the audio series had been released following its launch on August 23, featuring conversations with champion tennis player Serena Williams, pop star Mariah Carey and actress Mindy Kaling.

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It comes after fans were given an intimate glimpse inside Harry and Meghan’s family life by journalist Allison P. Davis for The Cut.

Having spent time with the foursome, she revealed that Archie, three, is now back at school and preparing to start full-time.

The interviewer, who accompanied Meghan on the school pick-up, divulged that an “update letter from his teacher” reveals that he had a good day, despite not eating his sandwich, and is ready to begin going for full days, rather than half days.

We also learned that “cheerful” Archie greets his mother excitedly exclaiming, “Momma, Momma, Momma!” when she picks him up from school.

The young royal also goes to his school friends’ birthday parties and “brings a week’s worth of freshly picked fruit for his fellow classmates”.

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