Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are about to mark a major first with Archie and Lilibet this week.
The Sussex family will be celebrating their first Halloween together as a four on October 31.
Two-year-old Archie, who was born on May 6 2019, has already lived through two spooky seasons. For his younger sister Lilibet, who Harry and Meghan welcomed into the world on June 4 this year, this month will mark her first.
Harry and Meghan took to Instagram to wish their followers well as they celebrated Archie's first Halloween in 2019, reports the Express.
They shared a photo from their first Halloween as a married couple while on tour in New Zealand in 2018, surrounded by an array of scary characters in fancy dress.
The couple wrote on their joint account: "Happy Halloween!
"Wishing you all a safe and fun Halloween from our family (and our little pumpkin) to yours!"
This comes after Harry and Meghan were accused of "bucking the system" of royal protocol by not releasing more pictures of Archie or any of Lilibet.
PR expert Kinsey Schofield told the Express that Meghan could enhance her reputation if she was seen as a mother.
"I think it would enhance Meghan's reputation tremendously for fans to see her engaging as a mum with her children," Schofield said.
"With royal watchers labelling her cold and calculated, she needs to show the world that maternal and affectionate side of herself."
She went on to explain that this is in contrast to "trendsetters" Prince William and Kate Middleton who are regularly pictured with their three kids Prince George, 8, Princess Charlotte, 6, and Prince Louis, 3.
She continued: "I think the trendsetters are the Cambridges that give us just enough access while demanding that their children's safety be first priority from all parties.
"We will continue to see the relevant royal babies grow up.
"It's the key to keeping the monarchy alive."
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