The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan, are sure to enjoy pumpkin-picking with their young children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, this Halloween. Meghan previously shared some insights into their family’s Halloween traditions during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in November 2021. She revealed a relatable parenting anecdote about their Halloween celebration that year, saying, “We wanted to do something fun for the kids but the kids were just not into it at all. Archie was a dinosaur for maybe five minutes…”
In 2019, Harry and Meghan posted a Halloween message on their Sussex Royal Instagram account to celebrate Archie’s first Halloween when he was only five months old. Alongside a photo taken during their royal tour of New Zealand, the couple wrote, “Happy Halloween! Wishing you all a safe and fun Halloween from our family (and our little pumpkin) to yours!” This adorable snapshot showed their love and enthusiasm for embracing holidays as a family.
During the early stages of their relationship, Harry and Meghan joined Harry’s cousin, Princess Eugenie, and her husband, Jack Brooksbank, for a Halloween night out. The couple discreetly attended a party, as recounted in their Netflix docuseries released in December. The details of their costumes were not revealed, leaving fans curious about their Halloween looks.
Currently residing in Montecito, California, Harry and Meghan have been occupied with various engagements and personal milestones. Most notably, they recently participated in a mental health summit in New York hosted by their Archewell Foundation, where they expressed the need for change on social media platforms. In September, Harry returned to the UK to attend the WellChild Awards, where he paid tribute to his late grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
Despite their busy schedules, Harry and Meghan managed to squeeze in some quality time together. Harry flew to Germany to support the Invictus Games Dusseldorf, with Meghan joining him later for a private birthday celebration. During their journey back to California, they made a delightful stopover in Portugal to visit Princess Eugenie, Jack, and their two sons, August and Ernest. This family reunion added a joyful touch to their travels.
The Duke and Duchess also enjoyed a romantic break in the Caribbean, further emphasizing their commitment to nurturing their relationship and prioritizing their well-being.
Overall, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex understand the importance of family traditions and are dedicated to creating special memories with their children. From pumpkin-picking to Halloween celebrations, their love and devotion shine through in every aspect of their lives. As they continue to make a positive impact through their philanthropic work, Harry and Meghan’s commitment to family values remains unwavering.