Duchess Meghan (41) gives insights into the future of her children and everyday life in a new interview Prinz Harry (38) and its relation to late queen . Despite all the alleged differences with the British royal family, Meghan calls Queen Elizabeth II (1926-2022) a 'shining example' in terms of female leadership in an interview with the US industry magazine 'Variety'. She feels 'deep gratitude' for spending time with her and having met her, explains Meghan. The 41-year-old is still proud to have had 'a nice warmth' with the head of the family.
The mourning phase after the Queen died on September 8th , names Meghan 'a complicated time' . But Prince Harry would have remained optimistic as ever. 'Now she is reunited with her husband,' Meghan quotes her husband as saying. When asked how they would have coped with the loss as a family, she says: 'In big moments in life you get a lot of perspective. You ask yourself what you want to focus your energy on.'
Asked about a typical day at the home of the prince and duchess, who live in Montecito, California, Meghan describes, 'We share an office. We work from home,' like many other people who started doing it in lockdown, she says 41 year old. This would give the two the opportunity to spend time with their children 'at this really special moment in their lives'. She would prepare breakfast, then the children would get ready for the day.
Then there is a lot of “joint calls and zooms”. Finally, Meghan also reveals that her husband loves the burger chain 'In-N-Out': 'There's one halfway between Los Angeles and our area. It's really fun to drive through the drive-in and close it surprise. You know our order.'
The former actress, who is currently enjoying success with her Spotify podcast Archetypes, has no shortage of projects. But the Duchess will probably not go back to Hollywood as an actress. 'No, I'm done with it,' explains Meghan. 'They say never say never,' but she intends to stop acting.
If her children, Archie, three, or Lilibet, one, later want to pursue a career in entertainment, she would support them: 'When you become a parent, you really want your children to find things that bring them complete joy .' Meghan also seems to think that there could be resistance here: 'They are part of a legacy, a tradition and a family that will have different expectations, but I want them to be able to go their own way.'
(spot on news/ jve)