Meghan Markle & Prince Harry Surprise Military Families in Windsor for Remembrance Day

Harry and Meghan talk about life with baby Archie as they meet military families in Windsor

He said, "I can't imagine what it's like to miss so much as they change so quickly".

Ms McMahon also asked the duchess about how she found being a mum to six-month-old Archie.

The two of them kneeled one after the other to place small crosses in honour of those lost - a tradition that began in 1921.

Prince Harry said he was "in awe" of the families who get on with their lives while their military partners are away for so long.

One mum, whose husband is attached to the Welsh Guards, told The Sun she had enjoyed swapping stories with Meghan.

One military mom, Susie Stringfellow, told Forces Network that there was also a conversation between her and Harry during which he suggested that the Royal couple was already thinking of having another baby.

According to the source, after Prince Harry and Meghan make their appearances in honor of Remembrance Day, they will start their break from Royal duties to "spend time together as a family".

"Every year during the month of November we pause to remember and honour all those who have served their country here in the United Kingdom, across the Commonwealth and around the world", the royal family said.

"A reminder that a life of service does not simply describe the person wearing the uniform, but the entire family", a statement said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who welcomed baby Archie into the world in May of this year, broke the nation's collective heart after admitting their struggles with the press in ITV documentary Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.

The couple then stood silently as the Last Post was played by a bugler. The Field of Remembrance has been organised by the Poppy Factory and held in the grounds of Westminster Abbey since November 1928, when only two Remembrance tribute crosses were planted.

Capt Lewis said it was "great for the duke and duchess to take the time to truly understand the challenges" the families face.

The royal couple were originally meant to be joined by Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, however she didn't attend due to a chest infection.



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