Meghan Markle uplifts Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet with heartwarming Mother’s Day celebration


Meghan Markle, accompanied by her husband Prince Harry, recently embarked on a nostalgic journey as she commemorated Mother’s Day in Nigeria. The former Suits actress, separated from the U.S. festivities due to her current location, kept her spirits high while her children, Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet, remained in California on this special occasion.

Meghan Markle uplifts Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet with heartwarming Mother's Day celebration
Meghan Markle uplifts Prince Archie and Princess Lilibet with heartwarming Mother’s Day celebration

To uplift their hearts, Meghan chose to wear her Carolina Herrera Yellow Silk Overlay Column Gown, a significant choice as it was the same dress she donned in 2021 to announce her pregnancy with Princess Lilibet. This elegant gown, with its poignant history, symbolized both the joyous moments of the past and the hopeful anticipation of the future.

The couple’s Valentine’s Day announcement was captured in a tender black and white photograph by their friend and photographer, Misan Harriman. In this beautiful moment, set against a natural backdrop, Prince Harry lovingly embraced Meghan’s growing bump.

Meghan’s arrival at the State Governor House in Lagos was marked by her choice of attire—a £3,198 ($3,990) silk dress paired with nude leather slingback shoes, as detailed by the Mirror. Complementing her outfit, Meghan wore familiar accessories, including an AURate gold collar necklace, Jennifer Meyer’s $3,250 (£2,605) gold hammered disc earrings, her Lorraine Schwartz ‘Evil Eye’ bracelet, a radiant gold Cartier ‘Love’ bangle, a diamond tennis bracelet, and the distinctive snowflake diamond ring from Birks.

Notably, Meghan had previously showcased this flowing yellow maxi dress during a segment of the couple’s Netflix series, Harry & Meghan, and also during Prince Archie’s first birthday celebration alongside Harry and her mother, Doria Ragland.

Meghan had shown her gratitude earlier in the day by donning a traditional Nigerian skirt that had been given to her at an Abuja event. This gesture held deeper significance as Meghan had recently discovered her Nigerian heritage, sharing that she is “43 per cent Nigerian” during her visit to Abuja.

The Sussexes’ visit to Nigeria was facilitated by General Christopher Musa, the Chief of Defence Staff, who had met Prince Harry at the Invictus Games in Düsseldorf, Germany, last September. Meghan’s newfound connection to Nigeria led to this invitation, marking a meaningful exploration of her heritage alongside her husband.



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