Meghan Markle ‘missing’ Archie and Lili during children’s book reading

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Meghan Markle said she is “missing” her children Archie and Lilibet while on her first trip across the pond in two years.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex jetted off to Europe for the first time since they officially resigned from their royal duties in February 2021.

Since kickstarting their trip last week, the pair paid a secret visit to the Queen ahead of the games. Their kids Archie, three, and 10-month-old Lili did not travel with them due to security concerns.

But the trip proved to be a tougher feat than expected, as Meghan was heard opening up about just how much she’s missing her children, according to the Daily Mail.

Over the weekend, the duchess joined a reading to children in a private event held in The Hague, where an army veteran read an extract from his book of choice, “Hairy Maclary.”

He told the outlet that Meghan admitted she wanted to attend the reading in a bid to be around children as she was missing her own.

The veteran added that the duchess was “very friendly,” and revealed she also read Hairy Maclary to Archie and Lilibet back home.

The pair attended the 2022 Invictus Games, which was founded by Prince Harry back in 2014.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex also visited Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles a week before her 96th birthday on April 21.

While Harry returned home last summer for the unveiling of a Princess Diana memorial, the trip marked Markle’s first time visiting the UK since March 2020.

The couple faced scrutiny last month after not attending the memorial service of Prince Philip amid ongoing tensions with the royal family.

The Duke of Edinburgh died last April at the age of 99.

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