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Duchess Meghan: Gives a rare glimpse into her family life

A TV appearance with a rarity: In an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Duchess Meghan speaks unusually openly about her new life in California.

Montecito – With their withdrawal from the British royal family, Duchess Meghan (40) and Prince Harry (37) have left their old lives behind and turned their backs on England. The two dared a new beginning that led them to the USA. As reported by *, the Sussex couple have not regretted moving to California to this day.

Duchess Meghan: Gives a rare glimpse into her family life

Prince Harry * and Duchess Meghan have been living in Montecito for around a year and a half, and their new home is definitely something to be proud of. The royal emigrants have settled down with their children Archie * (2) and Lilibet in a posh residential area that is very popular with celebrities. For example, actor Orlando Bloom (44) is one of the Sussexes’ neighbors, and talk show legend Ellen DeGeneres (63) has been back in Montecito for a few months *. The American presenter apparently took advantage of the closeness to her royal neighbors and promptly invited Meghan to her TV show.

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In a scandalous interview with Oprah Winfrey (67), Duchess Meghan revealed some piquant details *, and in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres, she chatted from the sewing box. Even before the interview was broadcast, Ellen shared short excerpts from the show, in one of these clips, according to media reports, Meghan is said to have revealed a secret about daughter Lili. The baby of the family of four has reached an important milestone: seven-month-old Diana, Lilibet, is “just teething”. As Meghan further revealed, she is therefore looking for something to relieve Lili’s pain.

Herzogin Meghan blickt lächelnd zur Seite (Symbolbild).


Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry have found their family happiness in California (symbol picture).

Duchess Meghan: “We are just happy”

Meghan * and Harry want their offspring to have a childhood away from the limelight and protect their privacy. You enjoy more freedom in the USA and can also lead a largely undisturbed life. Moving away from the palace has obviously done them good. “We are just happy,” announced Meghan visibly relaxed in an interview with Ellen DeGeneres. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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