Meghan Markle has shared an insight into how she parents her children during her revealing interview with Variety magazine. She said that her and Prince Harry are raising Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, to be “multidimensional, interesting, kind, creative people” while also admitting she would be happy for them to go into the entertainment industry if it brought them “joy”.
Many celebrity parents are not supportive of their children following in their footsteps, however, Meghan is determined to get behind Archie and Lili whatever they want to do.
The Duchess herself found fame when she was cast as paralegal Rachel Zane in the hit Netflix series Suits.
When asked about how she would feel about Archie or Lilibet stepping onscreen, Meghan said: “I would say, ‘Great!’
“When you become a parent, you genuinely want your kids to find the things that bring them complete joy.
“They’re our kids, obviously, and they’re part of a legacy and a tradition and a family that will have other expectations.
“There are so many people that will talk about what opened the door for my children. But it still takes talent and a lot of grit.”
Meghan has previously said she wishes for her daughter Lilibet to be “educated and smart”, and added she wants her children to “carve out their own path”.
She continued: “We’re creating multidimensional, interesting, kind, creative people. That’s who our kids are.”
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“Scripts were thereafter forwarded to Kensington Palace for approval. Orders for changes of words were sent back from London to Los Angeles.
“The most important demand concerned Meghan’s last scene at her ‘wedding’ to Mike.
“No photographs, the Palace ordered, were to be shot of Meghan wearing a wedding dress.
“Between filming, she was always to wear a jacket over the dress.”