Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to send their son Archie to a school that teaches students “emotional literacy.”
They also say that kindness is taught at school.
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Meghan and Harry appear to have been pillars of the royal family’s scrutiny since stepping down from their posts last January.
Meghan and Harry said they wanted more privacy for their children and moved to Los Angeles to live a more normal life, ignoring the media.
However, many believe that the couple did indeed defame the royal family.
And that Harry’s relationship with his brother, father, and grandparents “hangs in the balance.”
Although, despite the controversy, there were reports that the royal family was “delighted” by the news of the couple’s second child – the birth of Lilibet.
Despite the fact that Harry is constantly destroying them on all media platforms.
Harry’s relationship with his family remains strained.
Charles appears to have dropped his calls ahead of the 2020 announcement. Harry also said that he was financially cut off from his father after they retired and was forced to live off Diana’s legacy at first.
When asked by Oprah Winfrey during a TV interview about why they left, Harry accused him of “lack of support and misunderstanding.”
He also said he wants to get away from the “genetic pain” he felt from his family, especially his father, Prince Charles.
“I feel really disappointed because he went through something similar, he knows what pain is, (and) Archie is his grandson.”
“But at the same time – I will always love him – but a lot of pain has happened and I will continue to make it one of my priorities to try to heal this relationship. But they only know what they know or what they are told. “
Then, of course, after the birth of Lilibet, controversy arose around her name …
With one royal biographer, Angela Levine, calling it “rude.”
As you know, their girl was named Lilibet Diana Mountbatten-Windsor.
Pay tribute to Harry’s late mother Diana, Princess of Wales, who died in 1997 when Harry was just twelve.
The name Lilibet is also a tribute to Queen Elizabeth II herself.
The Queen gave herself a home name as a child, as she could not pronounce the name Elizabeth. This name was especially used by the Queen’s late husband, Prince Philip. It was also used by her loving father, King George VI.
But despite the tributes, people still didn’t like some even accusing Harry of violating royal protocol by using the queen’s private pet as a name.
Harry has been heavily criticized for taking such a personal, intimate pet name and giving it to his child after what some call an “abuse attack” against his grandmother and the Firm.
Royal commentator Richard Kay suggested that it would be too far for Meghan and Harry to name their daughter Lilibet.
In his column for the Daily Mail, he said: “Giving a baby the name Lilibet, the queen’s private family nickname – even if they intend to use the tiny ‘Lily’ for their daughter – is at risk.”
“Would this be perceived as a presumptuous choice for a royal child who is eighth in line to the throne, but who will grow up on the other side of the world speaking with an American accent?”
“It’s tempting to wonder if Harry would have been so daring in his choice if his grandfather, Prince Philip — the only close family member allowed to call the queen ‘Lilibet’ —was still alive.”
“There will undoubtedly be some discomfort and an odd raised eyebrow among the more cautious courtiers in the palace at the sight of this latest convention-destroying exoset from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.”
This name caused a mixed reaction: some believed that the couple was pandering to the queen for forgiveness, while others considered it a touching tribute.
In the end, however, the controversy faded into the background.
After that, Megan said in a short video that she asked forty friends to donate forty minutes to help the woman’s mentor get back to work.
In a clip post on her Archewell website, Meghan also wrote, “As I reflect on my 40th birthday and the many things I am grateful for, I am amazed that time is one of our greatest and most important gifts.”
“Time with our loved ones, time doing what we love, time spent learning, laughing, growing, and the sacred time we have on this earth. Among the most precious gifts of time is also the time spent serving others, knowing that it can bring incredible change. ”
“Toward this last point, and given my 40th circle around the sun, I wondered what would happen if we all spent 40 minutes helping someone else or mentoring someone in need? What happens then if we ask our friends to do the same? “
“Over the past two years, due in large part to the COVID-19 pandemic, tens of millions of women worldwide have left the workforce, including more than 2 million women in the United States.”
“Many of these women also bear the brunt of the crisis when it comes to unpaid work, including training and caring for family members. And the latest study shows that fewer women than men will return to work when we recover from the pandemic. ”
“I believe mentoring is one way to help women regain self-confidence and rebuild their economic strength, and for my birthday I asked 40 friends, activists, athletes, artists, and world leaders to help kickstart a global effort by providing 40 minutes of mentoring. … to support women returning to the labor market ”.
“This time, I hope each of them will help someone advance in their professional life on their own terms, and I hope they will inspire countless others to devote 40 minutes of their time as well.
“If you can, please join us and promise 40 minutes today to minister to others in a way that suits you. The time you donate can foster a global wave of ministry and spur significant impact on our communities and around the world. ”
But the peace did not last long, as the controversy around Harry and Meghan turned to something else …
Their TIME magazine cover.
It turned out that Harry and Meghan took their place in TIME The magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people of 2021.
Short summary Jose Andres praised the couple for “compassion for people they don’t know.”
“It would be much safer to enjoy your luck and remain silent,” Andres wrote.
“This is not what Harry and Meghan are doing and who they are. They are transforming compassion into boots on the ground through their Archewell Foundation. They give voice to the voiceless through the media. Together with non-profit partners, they are taking risks to help communities in need by offering psychological support to black women and girls in the US and feeding disaster victims in India and the Caribbean. ”
“In a world where everyone has an opinion about people they don’t know, the Duke and Duchess are compassionate towards people they don’t know.”
“They don’t just voice opinions. They are running towards the struggle. “
Along with a brief description of the pair, Harry and Meghan posed for TIMEcover.
The cover features a couple standing together in front of a wooden stage.
In front, Megan in a white pantsuit, and Harry sits slightly behind on her shoulder in a forest green shirt.
It’s safe to say that the couple looks radiant and radiant in the photo, but perhaps this is too …
Harry and Meghan fried on the net for the cover of the magazine …
As many people think, it could be photoshopped.
Suspecting the photo was airbrushed, people questioned the pair’s glowing smooth skin and bright eyes.
Some keen-eyed fans have even noted that Harry’s hair looks suspiciously thicker.
And now the couple has again sparked people’s opinions …
This time, with their decision to send Archie to a school that teaches “emotional literacy.”
V Daily mail reports that Meghan and Harry are sending two-year-old Archie to a school where he teaches students “emotional literacy” and “kindness.”
And also Spanish, music, theater, programming, mindfulness and how to be kind.
Children attending school will be taught in small classes, the newspaper said.
In gardens with hummingbirds, fruit trees, plants, butterflies and vegetables that students can use, the school also introduces children to the environment.
What do you think of their choice of school?