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


Meghan Markle tells the story of her son Archie’s narrow escape from a fire while they were on the Sussexes’ royal trip to South Africa in the fall of 2019.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Meghan Markle opens up about the incident

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

The 41-year-old actress joined the debut part alongside professional athlete Serena Williams.

During the interview, Markle talked about how Archie’s nanny saved him from a fire.

Markle mentioned that Archie’s bedroom caught fire while she and Prince Harry were out on official royal engagements.

Meghan Markle
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She claimed: ‘There was a time when I stand on a tree stump and speak to women and girls. We finish the engagement, get in the car, and they say, “There’s a fire at the residence. There was a fire in the children’s room.’

The Duchess of Sussex went on to mention that her son’s carer Lauren saved Archie by taking him downstairs to eat a midnight snack before the fire.

Markle said: “Lauren was in floods of tears. She was supposed to put Archie down for a nap and she just said, “You know what? Let me go downstairs for a snack.”’

She went on to say: ‘There was no smoke detector. Someone accidentally smelled smoke in the corridor, went in, fire extinguisher. He should have slept there.’

More on the Meghan Markle podcast

First announced back in 2020, the Meghan Markle Podcast released its debut episode with Serena Williams on Tuesday, August 23.

In addition, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s official website has been redesigned to promote Markle’s new venture.

The page features a black-and-white picture of Markle with a message that reads: ‘A podcast where we explore and subvert the labels that try to hold women back.’

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

They further discussed the implications of women’s ambitions compared to men’s. That’s why the episode is called ‘The Misconception of Ambition.’

Meanwhile, UC Berkley professor Laura Kay received mixed reviews for the show.

A Twitter user said: “Great podcast! He loved every minute of it.”

While another commented, ‘So in other words, the privileged and the elite are having a conversation with the privileged and the elite. Together they complain about what it’s like to be privileged and elite.”


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