Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have spoken about enjoying family time during the coronavirus lockdown in LA.
The couple even gave a little insight into how they are coping during the crisis with their son, Archie.
Prince Harry supports patronage called WellChild. He along with the support staff of WellChild talked about his experience of the Coronavirus and also heard people about their challenges during this pandemic.
The Sussexes are presently living in Los Angeles with their son Archie. They were earlier living in Vancouver Island in Canada. Soon, on 6th May 2020, baby Archie will be celebrating his first birthday.
Taking about the experience of a video call with WellChild, Harry and Meghan said: “Of course, there are going to be hard days. We can’t even begin to imagine how hard it is for you guys. Having a small kid is really tough, so to see what you guys are going through on a day to day basis, honestly, so much respect to every single one of you.
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“To be able to have so much family time – I feel guilty to have so much family time. You’ve got to enjoy those times where you are just on the floor rolling around aimlessly, caring little about what others might be thinking of you.
In our day to day life, something happens right now and then maybe half an hour later, maybe a day later, there is something else happening that you have to deal with and there is no way you can run away from it. So, therefore we would urge you guys to enjoy this time with your family members and do the best you can do. We are doing the same and enjoying as well.
Archie, who is set to celebrate his first birthday on 6 May, was last pictured with his father in December 2019. Harry and Meghan released a video review of their year on their Sussex Royal Instagram account, which included a snap of the tot in his dad’s arms in front of a lake in Canada. Archie was also front and centre on the couple’s Christmas card, as his parents beamed in the background in front of a Christmas tree.