Meghan, Prince Harry release baby feet photo for Mother's Day

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The news comes after Meghan shared an adorable photograph of her newborn son's feet to Instagram to celebrate her "first Mother's Day". We honor and celebrate every one of you.

While Sunday was Mother's Day in Australia and a host of other countries including the US, New Zealand and Canada, the United Kingdom won't celebrate it again until 22 March next year.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are determined to include Princess Diana in their new son's life, as much as possible, even if she can not be physically there. Quote from "lands": my mother was my first country; the first place i ever lived.

The private meeting today is in line with the way the royal birth was handled - with Harry and Meghan not posing for pictures until two days after the boy was born.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their son, Archie, on the 6th May. Lady Jane Fellowes, who is the late Princess Diana's sister and Prince Harry, was one of those people. But apparently, the Royal baby was not given an official title, despite suggestions he might have become the Earl of Dumbarton, as a nod to one of Prince Harry's subsidiary titles. They shared a home there for almost two years while Harry had been living at the property, next door to Kate and William, for a number of years previous. "I have the best two guys in the world, so I'm really happy", she said.

A source tells ET that Doria has been "very hands-on" helping Meghan, 37, and Harry, who "absolutely adores" his mother-in-law, found it "very special" to spend Mother's Day with her and his new family.

Meghan's scheduled maternity leave mirrors Kate Middleton's three maternity leaves that she took with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

To see Archie's feet in Markle's hands shines a sweet light on their already loving mother-son relationship.

"Archie's first week at home with mom and dad was quiet", royals expert Omid Scobie said on Good Morning America today, May 13.



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