After Archie’s nursery caught fire, Meghan Markle insisted on visiting him, according to a source. In 2019, while the Duchess of Sussex was on a royal tour of South Africa, a fire broke out in the nursery where her four-month-old boy was being cared for.
An insider has revealed Meghan’s reaction upon seeing her child for the first time after she had been allegedly forced to prolong her duty in the nation. As any other worried mother would, Meghan “bolted” inside the house.
The information provider further stated: “The housekeeper called me and showed me the burning heater, explaining that the youngster had not been in the room when it caught fire.
“They got a whiff of something, looked up, and saw smoke, she claimed. There was no fire in either the house or the room. The heater exited the room, but I didn’t see the flames. Almost all of the plastic had melted.”
On they went: “In this case, the fire was not reported. When we went outside, we planned our next steps. The general opinion was “Guys, this is going to make us, South Africa, or whoever seems awful.
“The British policemen ordered us to “just leave it as it is, don’t talk about this,” so we kept quiet about the matter.
‘The British policemen advised us guys to leave everything as it is, don’t talk about this,’ so we opted not to publicize the matter.
We knew there might be repercussions, so we kept silent at the time. The fire forced Meghan and her husband Harry to look for a new home.
In the aftermath of the blaze, “we immediately relocated out of that house to a second place barely five minutes away from where we were stationed,” the source said.