Meghan Markle and Prince Harry: The reason baby Archie keeping parents up at night


MEGHAN MARKLE shared a sweet update on baby Archie this week which may be an indicator he is keeping his parents up at night.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry delighted army families when they popped up unannounced at a Windsor coffee morning this week. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex chatted with mums and played with toddlers at the event which was held ahead of Remembrance Sunday.

Meghan shared some key details about little Archie while chatting to a sweet young fan who presented her with a rose.

The Duchess commented on the little girl’s baby teeth and revealed Archie just got his first ones too.

In a video shared on Meghan and Prince Harry’s Instagram account, the Duchess is captured saying: “Yes, look at all your little teeth.

“Archie just got two teeth (pointing at her own two front teeth) – tiny one’s just there.”

Babies usually start teething at around six months old although they can sprout baby teeth before.

While teething doesn’t always cause discomfort it is not uncommon for it to cause some painful symptoms in little ones.

Now Archie has reached this key milestone there’s a chance he could be keeping Meghan and Harry up at night more than usual.

If Archie is in pain while teething he may be more agitated than usual and have difficulty sleeping.

Teething Symptoms

According to the NHS teething can cause the following symptoms, including ore fretful behaviour than usual.

  • Baby’s cheek being flushed
  • Baby rubbing their ear
  • Dribbling more than usual
  • Gnawing and chewing on things a lot
  • Being more fretful than usual

How to ease teething symptoms

If little Archie is suffering from teething symptoms Meghan and Harry may be trying the following things to help.

The NHS advises parents with teething little ones that the following methods can help ease symptoms.

Teething rings

Teething rings give your baby something to chew safely. This may ease their discomfort and distract them from any pain.

Things to chew on

If your baby is 6 months or older, you can give them healthy things to chew on, such as raw fruit and vegetables. Pieces of apple or carrot are ideal.


The painkillers Paracetamol and ibuprofen can be used to treat teething symptoms in babies three months old and older.

Parents should always follow the instructions that come with the medicine.

Meghan Markle and Harry will take a six-week break from royal duty later this month.

They are expected to travel to the US with baby Archie for the first time for Thanksgiving.

Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland lives in LA and it is believed they will spend the US holiday with her.

US native Meghan will no doubt see the visit as a chance to introduce Archie to some of her favourite Thanksgiving traditions.

Teething Symptoms

How to ease teething symptoms

Things to chew on



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