Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been sharing key details about their family. However, some of the things they shared appeared inconsistent, according to eagle-eyed fans and royal experts.
Prince Harry And Meghan Markle Have A Different Timeline Regarding Daughter Lilibet's Milestone?
The Duchess of Sussex shared how their mornings at home usually started in last week's episode of her Archetypes podcast. She mentioned that their 1-year-old daughter Lilibet had just started walking.
Royal correspondents and commentators Christina Garibaldi and Christine Ross discussed what they noticed in the recent episode of the Royally Us podcast. Garibaldi felt that there was a hole in the story.
"Meghan said that Lili started walking," Garibaldi said, Express reported. "Even though Harry said back in April she started walking. So another one of these little holes in the stories."
Her co-host immediately defended Markle. According to Ross, many parents could probably relate to it, adding that a child can "take a step and then you don't see it again for a few weeks."
"This is what came to my mind, when they take two steps and then they never walk again," Ross explained.
She added that the former Suits star "likes to share these little tidbits" of her "normal family life".
In the episode, Markle described their "chaotic" mornings at home.
"I'm sure it'll only get more chaotic as they get older," Markle said. "But for me, it's, you know, both monitors on for the kids to hear them, always up with Lili, get her downstairs, then a half hour later, Archie's up. I start doing his lunchbox right before he's up while I have her, getting her a little nibble. My husband's helping me get him downstairs."
Prince Harry Reportedly Contradicts Meghan Markle's Account In His Memoir
Garibaldi made a comment about the holes in the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's stories following reports that their Netflix docuseries and his memoir are not consistent, leaving the filmmakers confused due to their conflicting statements.
"A lot in the show contradicted what Harry has written, so that was an issue," an anonymous senior Netflix source told Page Six. "Then Harry and Meghan made significant requests [to filmmakers] to walk back content they themselves have provided for their own project."
The outlet noted that the royal couple wanted to push back both projects to edit them. They reportedly wanted to stall both until next year.
Prince Harry's publisher, Penguin Random House, has already announced the release date of the prince's anticipated memoir Spare. The book, which was expected this fall, was moved to early next year.
Royal correspondent and Finding Freedom co-author Omid Scobie denied the rumors that Prince Harry edited the book. According to him, there were no changes because the manuscript was done months before Queen Elizabeth passed away.
Meanwhile, the royal couple's docuseries will reportedly be out in December. The streaming giant wanted to tie it with The Crown Season 5, according to sources.
Stay tuned for more news and updates about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.