Inside Meghan Markle’s life weeks after birth of baby Archie

Meghan Markle made an appearance at Trooping the Colour over the weekend in her first appearance since welcoming baby Archie to the world.

But it seems that may be the first and last time we will see the Duchess of Sussex for a while as it is rumoured she will be on maternity leave until autumn.

The 37-year-old gave birth to Archie on May 6 and other than her appearance on Saturday she has been focusing on her newborn son.

Prince Harry is sharing the parenting duties with Meghan , as pair settle into a routine at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.

According to a royal source Meghan is breastfeeding Archie and Harry is dutifully helping out changing nappies.

The source told Elle that Harry wants to be as “involved as possible" and despite being exhausted he is “enjoying every minute of it.”

The couple are also reportedly taking Archie for long walks in the sprawling grounds of Frogmore Cottage.

The source added: "(Frogmore Cottage) provid(es) the family with so much happiness.

"It is quiet and out of the hustle and bustle of London.

"For them all to be able to walk freely and enjoy the beautiful area is such a sensational treat."

Meghan’s mum Doria Ragland reportedly spent five weeks with the couple before returning to Los Angeles.

The couple are keeping busy as they have been entertaining close friends and family, according to the source.

“Several family members have brought books and cuddly toys (stuffed animals)," the source added.

Among the visitors are Meghan pal Serena Williams and her husband Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian, Harry's close pal Nacho Figueras and his wife and Meghan's Canadian pal Jessica Mulroney and her daughter Ivy, along with Meghan’s makeup artist Daniel Martin.

Nacho recently said about Harry's relationship with Archie: “I met the baby in London before playing polo with him in Rome, and he was very good with the baby.

"He’s a natural, he knows what to do. He loves children. He’s really happy.”

Meghan is expected to take a three to four month-long maternity leave, but will make “intermittent appearances,” according to a Royal source.

Archie's next appearance is expected to be in about six weeks for his christening.

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