LONDON — With the arrival of the newest member of the Royal Family, many wonder what life will be like for the first-born son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan. True Royalty TV, the first and only subscription video on demand service created to satisfy the millions of fans of the British Royal Family, will give viewers a look at the Royal life of Harry and Meghan as the proud new parents of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor in a brand new documentary special, Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years premiering on True Royalty TV on June 12.
In Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years, host Roya Nikkhah (Royal Correspondent for the Sunday Times) presents an intimate look at what the future has in store for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and their new arrival. Just how will they maintain their own identity as they carve their role in a Royal family that values tradition over all else?
“Roya has followed Harry around the globe in her official Royal role and knows him better than many other journalists,” said Nick Bullen, co-founder and editor-in-chief of True Royalty TV. “Roya was introduced to Meghan by Harry following their engagement and understands the challenges that they face now that baby makes three. In this special, Roya reveals what she has learned about their relationship whilst observing them both in public and in private, and what kind of modern Royal parents they are likely to be.”
There has never been an American Royal in Britain so just how will the former actress raise her child with dual nationality? Roya talks with an American mom on how she maintains her cultural ties with the US while living abroad and how she helps her children deal with being Anglo-American.
As far as Harry and Meghan’s parenting style is concerned, there is no doubt that it will not be uniformed nannies and traditional velvet shorts. Meghan has already stated that she intends to raise their child with a fluid approach to gender and has reportedly painted the nursery grey accordingly.
Meghan and Harry: The Baby Years also features interviews with Royal journalists who have covered the Royal family for years, and parenting experts, including Emma Kendell (Mother and Baby Magazine), Emily Nash (Hello), Penny Junor, Ingrid Seward (Majesty Magazine), Emma Kendell (Mother and Baby Magazine). Roya also talks with Royal historian Kate Williams, ex Royal Chef and resident at Frogmore Cottage Darren McGrady, members of the American Women of Surrey and Coworth Park Polo professionals, and American ex-pat, mom and influencer Juliet Angus (Ladies of London).