At Ellen DeGeneres, she talks about daughter Lily
In her surprise appearance at Ellen DeGeneres, Duchess Meghan reveals what a magical and painful milestone her five-month daughter Lily is going through.
Duchess Meghan, 40, sniffed Hollywood again when she came to the Warner Bros. Studio Lot on Wednesday, November 17, 2021 as a surprise guest to record the “Ellen DeGeneres Show”. In an interview with hostess and neighbor Ellen DeGeneres, 63, who also lives privately in Montecito, California, Meghan talks about a magical, little milestone that her five-month-old daughter Lily Mountbatten-Windsor is currently going through.
Duchess Meghan: Daughter Lily has started teething
Meghan reveals that daughter Lily – who she shares with Prince Harry, 37, has started teething and will do anything to ease the pain. Ellen DeGeneres then suggests giving tequila a try. Meghan’s cool reaction: “So this is Aunt Ellen for you.” To which Ellen replies dryly: “That’s why I have no children.” The entire interview won’t air until Thursday, November 18, 2021, but Ellen has already shared a short clip with her fans beforehand.
Harry and Meghan, who in addition to Lily are also parents of son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, 2, have so far not published a photo of their young daughter – apart from a framed photo that was shown in the background of the video for Meghan’s 40th birthday .
Archie loves to kiss his sister
“Two kids definitely means a juggling act,” Meghan said during a recent event. “Lily is very relaxed and seems happy just to sit there while Archie walks around like crazy. We have been very lucky so far.”
Last month, in an open letter to Congress advocating paid parental leave, the Northwestern University graduate wrote that she and Harry were both “overjoyed” and “overwhelmed” when Lili was born. “We weren’t faced with the harsh reality of spending the critical first few months with our baby or having to go back to work. We knew we’d take them home and ourselves at this important (and sacred) time We knew that this would save us from making impossible childcare, job, and medical care decisions that so many parents have to make every day. “
Archie seems to be a loving big brother, as an insider told UsWeekly: “Archie loves his little sister more than anything and loves to kiss her. With the help of his parents, he can even hold her briefly. He’s one of them kind, loving child and there are no problems with jealousy. “
Sources used: usmagazine.com, people.com, instagram.com