This Friday, July 8, the Daily Mail unveiled exclusive photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, accompanied by their eldest son, Archie. Pictures taken while the little family attended a parade to celebrate Independence Day in the United States.
A family (almost) like the others. Exiled across the Atlantic for more than two years, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry make very few appearances in the tabloids in the United States and are very discreet about their family life. However, on July 4, Independence Day in the United States, celebrated as the national holiday, the couple were photographed with their son Archie, 3 years old. The whole little family had in fact gone among the passers-by to attend the parade in the district of Jackson Hole in the State of Wyoming.
This Friday, July 8, the Daily Mail unveiled exclusive photos of this little moment with the family. On the pictures, we see the young Archie, who seems to have grown up well. The little boy is accompanied by his parents, who watch over him. All three seem to form a family like the others. But this release did not go unnoticed.
“It was completely out of the blue”
Indeed, several residents of the neighborhood did not hide their astonishment to see Meghan and Harry among them. “We were nearby and this big guy (Harry) told us he was saving the seats for a family. I said, ‘Okay that’s good’. And a little later he repeated it. I asked him if he wanted us to move but he said no. I found it a little strange (…) I turned around a minute later and saw Meghan Markle and little Archie“, confided a resident to the Daily Mail, before adding: “As I’m not a big fan of royals so I googled them very quickly to make sure I was right. I texted my daughter and she wouldn’t believe me. She wanted a photo to prove it was them.It was completely out of the blue and really cool.”.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle “We were nearby and this big guy (Harry) told us he was saving the seats for a family. I said, ‘Okay that’s fine’. And a bit later he said it again. I asked him if he wanted us to move but he said no,” a resident told the Daily Mail.