Meghan Markle revealed that her son, Archie’s caregiver, saved him from a bedroom fire.

Meghan Markle tells the story of when her son Archie managed to escape a fire during Sussexes’ royal trip to South Africa in the fall of 2019.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Meghan Markle Confesses About The Case

Meghan Markle recently debuted with the first episode of the long-awaited Spotify podcast ‘Archetypes’.

The 41-year-old actress joined professional athlete Serena Williams for her debut film.

During the conversation, Markle recounted how Archie’s nanny saved him from the fire.

Markle noted that Archie’s bedroom caught fire while Archie and Prince Harry were attending their official royal engagement ceremony.

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‘There was a moment when I stood on a tree stump and gave this speech to women and girls,’ she said. We get engaged and get into the car and say. “The house caught fire. There’s a fire in the baby’s room.”’

The Duchess of Sussex further noted that her son’s caregiver, Lauren, rescued Archie by taking her downstairs for a late night snack before the fire broke out.

Markle said, “Lauren was in tears. She was supposed to have Archie take a nap and she just said, “I’ll go downstairs for a snack.”‘

She continued, ‘There was no smoke detector. Someone smelled smoke in the hallway and entered with a fire extinguisher. He had to sleep there.’

More on Meghan Markle’s Podcast

First released in 2020, Meghan Markle’s podcast released her debut episode featuring Serena Williams on Tuesday, August 23rd.

Additionally, the official website of the Duchess of Sussex has been remodeled to promote Markle’s new business.

The site contains black-and-white photos of Markle and the message ‘Podcast Exploring and Overthrowing Labels Trying to Oppress Women’.

In the first episode, Markle and the tennis icon talked about several topics, including motherhood.

They discussed more the implications of women’s ambitions compared to men. So the title of this episode is ‘A Misunderstanding of Ambition’.

Meanwhile, UC Berkeley professor Laura Kay received mixed reviews about the show.

One Twitter user wrote, ‘Awesome podcast! I loved every moment.’

On the other hand, other netizens said, ‘In other words, the privileged and the elite converse with the privileged and the elite. Together they complain about what it’s like to be privileged and elite.’



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