Archie, the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, attends a modern preschool that teaches children “emotional literacy”, mindfulness and how to be kind.
The couple, who recently shared a photo of themselves laughing with two-year-old Archie and his sister Lilibet, were due to send their son to a denominational preschool.
But Meghan has been seen driving Archie to the less traditional school, The sunday mirror reports.
A parent of one of his classmates revealed: “Harry often drops Archie off and comes to pick him up and seems to be a good father.
“All of the parents were very laid back to greet Harry and Meghan, no fuss. And to the other kids, Archie is just one of the kids.
“They don’t know her parents are royalty and probably wouldn’t care, unless Meghan was a Disney princess.”
Like the Sussexes, preschoolers advocate for mental health.
It has small classes and puts great strain on the environment – with gardens that have fruit trees, plants, butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. Students connect with nature by helping to grow and harvest vegetables.
The school also teaches Spanish, music, dance, drama and coding.
He says he is proud to help children understand “conflict resolution” and develop “critical thinking”.
Many celebrities living in the area send their children to All Saints by the Sea Episcopal School. But the Sussexes chose a less traditional location further away.
Meghan was spotted driving Archie to school. The youngster has a green backpack and a space-themed lunchbox.
Last month it was reported that the Sussexes were about to vacate their luxury home in LA as they are not “over the moon” with the residence.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have lived in California’s Montecito neighborhood for 18 months, but are now reportedly looking elsewhere to live in hopes of finding a better location.
“They are planning to sell their house there. However, it won’t be on the market because of who they are,” an insider said.
“This is only shown to people confirmed with funds and who are serious buyers.
“They want to stay in or near the neighborhood, but they’re not happy with the house and the location.”
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