Why Meghan Markle is rethinking her parenting style

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Meghan Markle is rethinking the way she should parent her and Prince Harry’s two kids, Archie and Lilibet, so they can be more “self-sufficient.”

The Duchess of Sussex came to the conclusion after chatting with Ariel Investments co-CEO, Mellody Hobson, on Tuesday’s episode of her “Archetypes” Spotify podcast.

Hobson, who grew up with very little money, shared a story about how she found an orthodontist – and even got the doc to offer her a payment plan – all on her own when she was in sixth grade.

“I have to rethink my parenting style,” Markle, 41, said in response. “If that’s what yields you, then I’ve really got to up my game with our kids being self-sufficient.”

The “Suits” alum continued, “What’s so great about the orthodontist story is, if you look at that training, that you’re getting by default at 12, 11 years old, however old you are, to know that you’re asking for what you need, and figuring out a way to get it, and it’s working.”

She and Harry share son Archie and daughter Lilibet.

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She and Harry share son Archie and daughter Lilibet.

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