Meghan Markle reveals that her son, Archie’s caregiver saved him from a bedroom fire
Meghan Markle shared the story when her son, Archie, escaped from a fire while on the Sussexes’ royal tour of South Africa in the fall of 2019.
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Meghan Markle opens up about the tragedy
Meghan Markle has debuted the first episode of her long-awaited Spotify podcast ‘Archetypes.’
The 41-year-old actress was joined by professional athlete Serena Williams for the first episode.
During the conversation, Markle talked about how Archie saved her from the fire.
Markle said Archie’s bedroom was set on fire while she and Prince Harry were attending a royal event.
He said, ‘Now I am standing on a tree stump and I am talking to women and girls. After the wedding, they got into the car and said, “There’s a fire in the house. There is a fire in the child’s room.”’
The Duchess of Sussex added that her son’s carer Lauren saved Archie by taking him downstairs for a midnight snack before the fire.
Markle said, ‘Lauren was in floods of tears. Basically when he puts Archie to bed he just says, “You know what? Let me go get a snack downstairs.”‘
He added, ‘There are no smokers. Someone just smelled the smoke on the road and went in, it was an arsonist. That’s where he sleeps.’
More on Meghan Markle’s podcast
Meghan Markle’s podcast premiered in 2020 and released its first episode featuring Serena Williams on Sunday, August 23.
In addition, the official website of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex has been updated to promote Markle’s new project.
The site features a black and white picture of Markle and a message that reads, ‘The podcast we investigate and debunk the labels that try to keep women down.’
In the first episode, Markle and the tennis star spoke about a number of topics including motherhood.
They also discussed the effects of women’s ambitions compared to men. Hence, the title of the episode, ‘The Fallacy of Ambition.’
Meanwhile, UC Berkley Professor Laura Kay received mixed reviews for the show.
One Twitter user said, ‘Great podcast! Love every minute.’
Another said, ‘Well, basically, the boss and the boss are talking to the boss and the boss. They complain together about the nature of the nobility and nobility.’
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