A glimpse into life for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex – from Wordle to endless searching on Netflix

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Meghan Markle offered a glimpse into her and Prince Harry’s daily lives as she described the couple’s cozy relaxation routine, consisting of Wordle, Duo Lingo and an “endless quest” via Netflix.

The Duchess of Sussex, 41, was also candid about the family’s domestic bliss, revealing that her three-year-old son Archie “loved the British children’s show Octonauts for a very long time” – perhaps a program he started watching while in the UK.

The CBeebies hit – based on the books by Vicki Wong and Michael C. Murphy – follows adorable animal adventurers in action-packed plot.

The mum of two also revealed that the toddler enjoys “more throwback shows,” including Magic School Bus, and in a video interview with Variety even offered a snippet of a rap from Netflix’s Ask The StoryBots.

Meghan Markle offered a glimpse into her and Prince Harry's daily lives as she described the couple's cozy relaxation routine

Meghan Markle offered a glimpse into her and Prince Harry’s daily lives as she described the couple’s cozy relaxation routine

The mother of two also revealed that the toddler enjoys “more throwback shows,” including Magic School Bus. The family depicted in a sweet photo released last year

“I’ve become that mom where I sit with friends and I start singing like, ‘Tyrannosaurus, that’s the chorus’…” she said.

“I was like, ‘What am I singing?’ Oh my god, I’m singing StoryBots.

“I’m not singing Beyoncé right now, I’m singing StoryBots.”

Meghan, who also claimed she plays a “mean game of Scrabble” and is “very good at Jeopardy,” also shared how she and Harry struggle to settle for something to watch as they put the kids to bed.

The CBeebies hit - based on the books by Vicki Wong and Michael C. Murphy - follows adorable animal adventurers in action-packed plots

The CBeebies hit - based on the books by Vicki Wong and Michael C. Murphy - follows adorable animal adventurers in action-packed plots

The CBeebies hit – based on the books by Vicki Wong and Michael C. Murphy – follows adorable animal adventurers in action-packed plots

“I think we’re like most people where you search endlessly, endlessly, endlessly until you get so tired of searching that you don’t look anymore,” she admitted.

However, the former Hollywood star said she recently enjoyed HBO’s White Lotus and loves a “good old-fashioned rom-com,” as she’s a huge fan of the hit classic When Harry Met Sally.

Meghan also said she’s trying to “re-learn French” on Duo Lingo after graduating it in high school, joking that she likes to squeeze in ten minutes a day.

Talking to the Duchess Variety about a wide range of issues, including “misconceptions” about her since she married Harry in 2018 – especially after the Oprah interview – and claiming that their “love story” had inspired the world because “people love love.”

Meghan took part in a glamorous photo and video shoot for the magazine where she wore a £4,657 Jason Wu dress and talked about her recent trip to the UK with Harry – while the couple’s pseudo-royal tour was interrupted by Her Majesty’s death, at the age of 96, on Sept.

In a hint that her passing had been difficult for Harry, who… Reportedly heard of his grandmother’s passing just five minutes before the rest of the world, she said of the days and weeks after: “It’s been a complicated time, but my husband, always the optimist, said, “Now she’s reunited with her husband.”

Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle lay on the floor in a £4,657 Jason Wu dress for the glamorous shoot

Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle lay on the floor in a £4,657 Jason Wu dress for the glamorous shoot

Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle lay on the floor in a £4,657 Jason Wu dress for the glamorous shoot

Imogen Thomas enjoys fun family day out with her two

The Duchess of Sussex also describes what life was like after that explosive interview with Oprah, Harry's love for In-N-Out Burger, her podcast 'Archetypes' and the Netflix documentary they are making as part of their $100 million contract with the streaming giant .

The Duchess of Sussex also describes what life was like after that explosive interview with Oprah, Harry's love for In-N-Out Burger, her podcast 'Archetypes' and the Netflix documentary they are making as part of their $100 million contract with the streaming giant .

The Duchess of Sussex also describes what life was like after that explosive interview with Oprah, Harry’s love for In-N-Out Burger, her podcast ‘Archetypes’ and the Netflix documentary they are making as part of their $100 million contract with the streaming giant .

Harry looked heartbroken when he arrived in Balmoral after learning that the Queen had died in a private jet traveling alone without his wife. He stayed for 12 hours, apparently refusing to dine with King Charles and Prince William, and also took a back seat at the funeral.

But despite claims that she and Harry have wanted to harm the royal family since she emigrated in 2020, Meghan told the magazine that she is still ‘proud’ of her relationship with Queen and had a ‘nice warmth’ with her, calling Her Majesty a ‘matriarch’.

She said, “There has been such an outpouring of love and support. I am truly grateful that I could be with my husband to support him, especially during that time. What is so beautiful is to look at the legacy his grandmother was able to leave on so many fronts. Certainly, in terms of female leadership, she is the most shining example of what that looks like. I feel deep gratitude that I was able to spend time with her and get to know her.

Meghan (pictured with Harry and Archie in 2019) also said she's trying to 're-learn French' on Duo Lingo, after studying it in high school, joking that she likes to squeeze in ten minutes a day

Meghan (pictured with Harry and Archie in 2019) also said she's trying to 're-learn French' on Duo Lingo, after studying it in high school, joking that she likes to squeeze in ten minutes a day

Meghan (pictured with Harry and Archie in 2019) also said she’s trying to ‘re-learn French’ on Duo Lingo, after studying it in high school, joking that she likes to squeeze in ten minutes a day

She added: “I’ve been thinking about that first official engagement I had with her, how special it felt. I feel happy. And I am still proud that I had a nice warmth with the founding mother of the family.’

The Duchess of Sussex also details what life was like after that explosive interview with Oprah, her podcast ‘Archetypes’ and the Netflix documentary they’re making as part of their $100 million contract with the streaming giant.

She also revealed Harry’s love for fast food joint In-N-Out Burger and how they eat “my toddler’s head-sized chocolate chip cookies” while taking breaks from Zoom joint meetings or “commuting” to LA together.

Speaking of Harry’s eating habits, ‘My husband’s favorite is In-N-Out. There’s one halfway between LA and our neck of the woods. It’s really fun to go through the drive-thru and surprise them. They know our order.’

In perhaps her most comprehensive interview to date, the Duchess of Sussex revealed: