Look Out New York, Duchess Meghan And Baby Archie Might Be Paying You A Visit This Summer

May 30, 2019 / Posted by:

According to Us Weekly, Duchess Meghan is planning a trip to the US sometime this summer and will likely visit NYC with her baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor. Their source claims that Meghan and Archie will visit friends – like the rich and famous friends she saw at her lavish NYC baby shower back in February – as well as seeing her mother Doria Ragland. It’s not confirmed with 100% accuracy where Duchess Meghan and Archie be, but that source says it will “most likely” be New York City. So what I’m hearing is that their visit could technically be anywhere in the States. You hear that, Gatorland in Orlando, FL? You better get the red carpet dry cleaned, you could be entertaining royalty!

The visit will be just mommy and son, no Prince Harry. My guess is he’ll be skipping the trip not because he wants to, but because he’ll be too tied up in the royal bathroom with a bottle of Dettol, scrubbing the greasy stink of congealed fast food off his fingers after his lunch with Trump.

Meghan and Harry reportedly plan on raising Archie as a normal. And nothing says, “Just a regular kid” like a summer vacation to New York City. But if Duchess Meghan really wants us to believe she and Harry are all about that regular, non-royal life, she better give Archie the full regular, non-royal first-time-in-New York treatment. I want to see a paparazzi picture of Archie in Times Square getting stared down by a one-eyed rat with an Applebee’s Awesome Blossom clutched in its claws. I’m talking about a real rat. I’ll know if that rat was hired from a casting agency by Buckingham Palace ahead of time.

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