Recently, the Daily Mail has reported that the Suits actress is concerned about her and Prince Harry‘s one-year-old son, Archie who has been denied enough chances for social interaction with other toddlers in the last few months due to the pandemic lockdown. But, what if it wasn’t Covid-19? Would the situations have hardly made any difference then? To be honest, it didn’t.
An overarching shadow
The mother to the cute baby shares fears over taking Archie to baby classes. The publication stated, “Meghan said she would love to be part of a ‘Mommy & Me’ community, but knows this is impossible even if there was no COVID-19 because of who she is. She said she’s just too well known to do normal things.”
Then, what is the way out to offer social grooming to the child?
The particular need
An insider close to the royal couple, however, revealed to the newspaper, “Meghan said Archie needs to learn emotional and social skills by being around other young children, something he can’t do with adults.” Although the parents have been trying their best to stay in touch with their pals as well as family over Zoom calls amidst the pandemic, the begetter claimed, “it’s not the same as in-person” especially for one-year-old Archie. And that’s undeniable.
A steady insight
Apart from that, the source also suggested that the bi-weekly meetings would help Archie to cope up with the ongoing crisis as it would back consistency while opening an avenue in front of him to make friends. That is one side of the story. Now, what about the kid’s mom? As Meghan’s friend has rightly pointed out, visiting such classes with her son would allow the mother to introduce herself to other new mums! Yes, that will be an extra gain altogether!