Meghan Markle has shared her daughter Lilibet’s latest milestone in the most recent episode of the Archetypes podcast.

Speaking with actress Pamela Adlon, the Duchess of Sussex said her days have become “more chaotic” ever since one-year-old Liliet started walking.

“Lili has just started walking!” she said proudly.

“She’s a year and a couple of months old and Archie is just over three years old,” Meghan said.

“Oh, I’m in the thick of it, toddling.”

She went on to explain how mornings in the Sussex home are always a “rush”, but she relishes in the madness of it all and insists on making breakfast each morning.

“I’m sure it’ll only get more chaotic as they get older,” she said.

“For me, it’s, you know, both monitors on for the kids to hear them. Always up with Lili, get her downstairs, then a half hour later, Archie’s up.”

“I start doing his lunchbox right before he’s up while I have her, getting her a little nibble. My husband’s helping me get him downstairs.”

“I make breakfast for all three of them. It’s very important to me. I love doing it – to me, it just feels like the greatest way to start the morning.”

The Duchess of Sussex admitted it can feel like a “whirlwind” as she feeds their three dogs – Guy, Pula and Mia – and gets Archie off to school but praises Prince Harry for being a “partner” in parenting.

As Meghan and her guest spoke about the pressures of motherhood, she said becoming a mother changed her outlook on everything, and how she wants to be a strong role model for her kids.

“I first just had Archie, now I’m a mum of a daughter,” she said while speaking to Adlon.

“And whether I thought it was going to happen or not, it did. I see the world differently through how she is going to see the world and how she is going to look at certain women as role models.

“And when I look at a lot of the women that I’m speaking to on this show, you included, I want her to understand that it is not just a box you have to fit into, but you get to be a full-fledged, interesting, curious, kind, strong, all the things, human being. But you also get to be a woman with a voice.”

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