The couple moved to California with their 20-month-old son and their new home has a “bright and airy” playroom for Archie. But the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be making sure they do not spoil him.
A source said: “Archie’s playroom [has] big windows, but it isn’t ostentatious like many celebrity playrooms.
“Harry and Meghan want to keep Archie grounded.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are trying not to “spoil him too much” but his playroom has plenty of room for toys and puzzles.
The source continued: “There’s a pile of story and soft activity books, and a storage area for all of Archie’s toys and puzzles.”
According to the inside, Archie is already a “bookworm” and the couple spend hours reading to him.
They told Closer Weekly: “Harry and Meghan spend hours reading to him, especially before going to bed.
“He’s an incredibly engaged child and eager to learn.”
Back in September, another source revealed how Archie “loves being on FaceTime” with his family.
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Since moving to California, they have purchased a home in Santa Barbara which boasts a pool in their backyard.
And the couple have been teaching their son to swim and have spent “a lot of time” outdoors with him.
The source continued: “They’re building a vegetable garden and are growing fruit and herbs.
“Since meeting Meghan, Harry eats more healthily.
“Everything they eat is organic.”
The insider went on to say how they do not regret their decision to step away from the Firm.
They said: “Harry and Meghan have no regrets whatsoever about purchasing their home in Montecito.
“He says he feels safer and more relaxed at their new home and enjoys the freedom.
“It’s nice to see [Harry] smiling again.”
The couple stepped away from the Firm in a bid to be financial independent and have signed multi-million deals with Netflix and Spotify.