Harry and Meghan are sending their two-year-old son Archie to a nursery which teaches ’emotional literacy’. The school also teaches Spanish, music, dance, theatre and coding as well as the less traditional mindfulness and how to be kind.
The school also has small class sizes and children learn about the environment.It has gardens with hummingbirds, fruit trees, plants, butterflies, bees and students as young as two hep grow and harvest vegetables.
The Duke, 37and Duchess of Sussex, 40, who live in a $14million mansion in Montecito, California, often pick their son up from school where his classmates have ‘no idea’ he’s a member of the royal family , a fellow parent has claimed.
They are reportedly looking to move from their nine bedroom property in the exclusive neighbourhood of Montecito after just 18 months as they do not like its location. Insiders have claimed the couple are now looking at other places to raise their children Archie, two, and Lilibet, six months.
It comes after they spent their first christmas as a family in the sprawling mansion, even showing a glimpse of their baby Lilibet for the first time on their Christmas card. The couple bought their mansion, which boasts 16 bathrooms, in Montecito, California, last year after quitting frontline royal duties and moving to the US.
Surrounded by lush green gardens and overlooking the sea, the couple’s Californian home has a wine cellar, play area and a pub games room. The home also boasts a gym, spa, cinema, separate guesthouse, tennis court, and a swimming pool.
In August, Meghan Markle offered fans a rare glimpse inside the Californian mansion during a message shared on her 40th birthday.The Duchess of Sussex also showed the inside of the Californian mansion during an appearance on America’s Got Talent.