Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to take Archie to LA for Thanksgiving with grandmother Doria Ragland

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will take baby Archie to California next month, where the seventh-in-line to the throne will spend the Thanksgiving holiday with the American side of his family.Los Angeles-born Markle will jet across the pond just in time for November 28 when they'll celebrate Turkey Day with the former actress' yoga instructor mother Doria Ragland.'The duke and duchess have a full schedule of engagements and commitments until mid-November, after which they will be taking some much-needed family time,' a royal source told the Sunday Times. It's believed the Duchess of Sussex retained her American citizenship after marrying Harry, and is keen for Archie to grow up fully aware of his heritage.Following the LA trip, the family will return to the UK to spend the rest of the holiday season with Queen Elizabeth II in keeping with the tradition of Christmas at Sandringham in Norfolk.It's part of a six-week break from royal duties but in the meantime the couple are working hard until their time off.The break will follow Harry and Meghan's ten-day tour of southern Africa, footage of which will be seen on in a documentary by broadcaster Tom Bradby, aired in the UK Sunday.Speaking ahead of the program, Mr Bradby, a friend of Harry, said he believed the couple are 'vulnerable and bruised'. And Meghan has received an outpouring of support from tens of thousands of people on Twitter after her interview discussing the hardships of motherhood.#WeLoveYouMeghan' became the top trending topic on the social media platform, with users offering positive messages in the wake of the Duchess's recent media scrutiny.   The outpouring came after Meghan revealed that it has been 'a struggle' to be in the intense spotlight as she adjusted to being a new wife, mother and member of the royal family, adding: 'Not many people have asked if I'm OK.' The hashtag was trending in less than an hour after British author Greg Hogben urged people to share their support. Estimates suggest over 70,000 people have used the hashtag since it was created. Accounts on Twitter even began circulating Markle's address so that fans could send their written words of encouragement. The ITV documentary follows the couple on their recent of southern Africa, and includes an interview with ITN News At Ten anchor Bradby.Asked about the impact the intense public scrutiny has had on her 'physical and mental health' and how Harry is being 'protective' of her after what happened to his mother, she replies: 'Look, any woman especially when they are pregnant you're really vulnerable and so that was made really challenging, and then when you have a new born – you know…'And especially as a woman, it's a lot.'So you add this on top of just trying to be a new mom or trying to be a newlywed it's, well…'She continues: 'Also thank you for asking, because not many people have asked if I'm OK. But it's a very real thing to be going through behind the scenes.'Tom asks her: 'And the answer is, would it be fair to say, not really OK, as in it's really been a struggle?' Meghan, visibly upset, then replies: 'Yes.' The Duchess said that she is 'existing, not living' while struggling with the pressures of royal life and media scrutiny.   In an article for the Sunday Times, Mr Bradby recalled asking Meghan whether she was able to cope with the endless media scrutiny the newlywed has been under.  She said, 'We are taking it one day at a time,' before admitting that the couple are currently 'existing, not living.'  ...Read more

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