"[Harry and Meghan's] children are expected to one day have regular jobs, and will be raised to appreciate the differences in society".
Speaking with journalists after the departure of the Prince, Admiral Ibas said that the visit was an encouragement for the navy.
"When I booked this trip I had no idea that I would still be able to add to my royal photo collection while I was here - this has been a real bonus".
"I adored both these gardens as they had the kind of special features that inevitably appeal to children..."
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Meanwhile, Harry and Meghan have also been doing their part for the environment, planting trees in Auckland and soaking up the natural beauty of the Redwoods Treewalk in Rotorua during their recent tour of New Zealand. (Hint: They're ones the rest of us commoners are probably familiar with.) Scobie told the magazine that Markle wants to raise her family the same way anyone might: "Meghan will take her kids on a subway". The royal opened up about becoming a King in a new BBC documentary.
Even if the brothers remain Kensington neighbours, the management of their household is likely to be split.
In Accra, the Ghanaian capital, Prince Charles gave a speech about the threat of climate change and his concerns for the future, adding that he worries about his grandchildren and environmental issues such as plastic pollution.
"Harry and Meghan have none of that, and seem ambitious about forging their own paths".
The source added: "If you have one private office trying to manage both, things get hard".
"Last night at the State Dinner in Ghana Their Royal Highnesses took to the dance floor for a dance with The President and The First Lady", the caption reads.