Lorraine: Expert discusses Archie’s 2nd birthday
When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. Our Privacy Notice explains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Royal commentator Russell Myers discussed how the Royal Family have celebrated Archie’s second birthday while speaking on Lorraine. He said that the Queen as well as other Royal Family members had said happy birthday to him via social media. He also discussed whether Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will be releasing any pictures or videos to mark the occasion.
Mr Myers said: “I don’t know what Archie is going to be up to, a big party I will imagine.
“It will be quite a low-key affair I’m told, he is two years old.
“Presents have already been sent before anyone starts saying anything, presents have been sent across the pond.
“Messages have been put out from the Queen, Charles and the Cambridges this morning.
DON’T MISS: Queen told ‘contact publishers now’ to remove Meghan’s title from boo
“Quite a jolly affair I would think.”
Mr Myers also reflected on what Meghan and Harry did for Archie’s birthday last year and whether we can expect anything similar.
He said: “Last year we were actually treated to a video of Archie.
“We don’t get to see him much but it was really lovely.
Meghan to release children’s book inspired by Harry and Archie
“We saw him sitting on Meghan’s knee while she read a story about a rabbit to him.
“Maybe we will see something this year, it may be a bit more difficult as they don’t have much social media these days.
“Maybe Meghan will be reading a chapter or page from her new book as she has had a new book out this week called The Bench.”
Meghan Markle wished Archie ‘made more noise’ as a baby [BOOK]
Jeremy Paxman’s fierce defence of Prince Charles taking over as King [VIDEO]
William and Kate taking on new royal roles ‘due to Queen’s age’ [EXPERT]
Mr Myers also admitted he was well aware of the backlash Meghan had faced for the release of her new book.
The book centres on the relationship between fathers and their children.
Many royal commentators insisted this was hypocritical behaviour coming from Meghan Markle due to her difficult relationship with her own father.
Others critiqued Meghan for using the title Duchess of Sussex on the cover, despite criticising the institution in her Oprah Winfrey interview.
Source: Read Full Article