Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a very relaxing bank holiday weekend with little Archie

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    • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle enjoyed some downtime over the bank holiday weekend alongside baby Archie, it’s been revealed.
    • The pair couldn’t join the rest of the royal family in Scotland, as Prince Harry had an engagement in London on Saturday.
    • This follows royal news that the Cambridges flew to Scotland last Thursday and have since returned to Norfolk.

    Bank holiday weekends are the perfect time to relax and enjoy some family time, and the royals are no exception.

    After it was revealed that Meghan and Harry were unable to join Kate, William and their little ones in Scotland, alongside the Queen and other members of the royal family, the pair were spotted enjoying a Sunday roast at a pub in Berkshire.

    According to The Sun, who spoke to an onlooker who was at the pub while the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were there, a very well-behaved Archie was also there.

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    The man said: ‘They were on a table with, I presume, a private secretary. Meghan was cradling Archie most of the time. The little lad was as good as gold, I didn’t hear him cry once while he was there.

    “No other customers recognised them. The staff clearly knew who they were but kept the service low-key.

    ‘They did indicate to me they had been there before.

    ‘They just chatted away like any normal couple and were laughing a lot.

    ‘After the controversy they have been attracting they were getting their feet back on the ground with pub grub like millions of ordinary folk – and it was nice to see.’

    Prince Harry and Meghan – who were recently criticised for flying in private planes to France and Ibiza – were thought to be joining the royal family in Balmoral, but were unable to as the Duke had a royal engagement he had to attend in London on Saturday.

    The Prince attended the Rugby League Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, after taking over from the Queen as patron of the Rugby Football League in December 2016.