Meghan Markle has shared an update on her children Archie and Lilibet while describing her chaotic life at home on the latest episode of her Archetypes podcast.
The Duchess of Sussex and her husband Prince Harry have largely remained quiet on information about the lives of their two young children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one.
The couple defied royal convention when they refused to release a photo of Lilibet after Meghan gave birth, instead waiting until her first birthday before sharing a full photo of the child.
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But now, on the latest episode of her Archetypes series, titled Good Wife/Bad Wife, Good Mum/Bad Mum, Meghan opened up on her parenting struggles when she offered an update on her family life.
"Lili has just started walking – she's a year and a couple of months old – and Archie is just over three months old, so I'm in the thick of it," she admitted.
And, speaking to her guest about the stressful daily rituals that come with being a new mum, Meghan revealed that the mornings can be the toughest time in her household.
"The morning rush, I'm sure it'll only get more chaotic as they get older, but for me it's both monitors on for the kids to hear them, always up with Lili, get her downstairs…
"Then half an hour later Archie's up, I start doing his lunchbox right before he's up, then I'm getting her a little nibble, and my husband's helping me get him downstairs."
Despite the daily pandemonium, Meghan stressed that she still did her best to stick to routine tasks that she enjoyed doing.
"I make breakfast for all three of them, it's very important to me, I love doing it," she said. "It just to me feels like it's the greatest way to start the morning, and then it's like feed all of the dogs.
"It feels like a whirlwind."
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Meghan's guest Pamela Adlon, a US actress, is a single mum, and the ex-royal confessed that she was very grateful to have Harry's support in raising their children together.
"My husband is great, to do this as a single mum, I bow down to you," she added. "It is so much work to be a mum when you are just trying to be a conscious parent to raise good, kind human beings.
"To do that solo, is the most impressive, admirable thing on the planet."
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