Harry and Meghan’s kids lead no-filter life including barefoot playdates with Daisy Bloom

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are giving Archie and Lilibet a life with no filters in America.

Prince William and Kate Middleton offer their kids a traditional royal upbringing with fun, games and quality time with ‘Gan Gan’ the Queen.

While their family values are the same, the Sussex children will enjoy a more laid back life without restrictions on fashion, travel and even playing Monopoly!

A source has offered a sneak peek into Archie, two, and seven-month-old Lilibet’s LA upbringing based on honesty and openness with freedom at its heart.

They told OK! USA: “Growing up royal, Harry was often discouraged from saying what he felt, but he won’t dissuade his own children from doing that. With any luck, Archie and Lili will learn how to treat people with kindness and generosity.”

Instead of adopting the Royal Family’s stiff upper lip, the Sussexes promote no-filter conversations. And the couple want their children to be free from the stresses and strains of fame and fortune, says the source.

“They will make sure Archie and Lili get a diverse education and want them to be able to express what’s on their minds.”

Since their departure from the Royal Family, Harry has expressed publicly about being ‘trapped’ by the strict rules of the monarchy.

It’s safe to say that Archie and Lilibet won’t experience those feelings. Instead of palace traditions, the children enjoy playdates with their celebrity neighbours and the freedom to walk barefoot in nature!

The insider added: “They’ve had playdates with Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom’s 16-month-old, Daisy, and David Foster and Katharine McPhee’s baby boy, Rennie (10 months), as well.”

Hollywood royalty like Brad Pitt, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are just a few doors down from the Sussexes and Archie is bound to welcome A-List toddlers to play.

“There’s a cool playhouse in their garden, and Archie loves running around with the dogs,” added the source, who says the youngster loves being barefoot like Harry.

Sadly, Archie and Lilibet may not enjoy playdates with their cousins, Princes George and Louis and Princess Charlotte, in the future.

Former chair of GB News, Andrew Neil, claims it’s unlikely the Fab Four will repair their relationship.

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He told Channel 5 documentary 2021: The Queen’s Terrible Year: “I’m pretty sure from what I’ve been told that Prince William and Kate are reconciled to the fact that this is broken, and it can’t be put together.

“Not in the foreseeable future anyway, and that they need to go their way and William and Kate will go their way.”

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