A lot of articles this week pointed the Bugaboo Fox as the stroller that Duchess Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have opted for their baby Archie. Sources close to the couple say the buggy was a gift from a close friend who used it herself for her kids and thought it was the best one. With style, comfortable seat and fabric lining and all-wheel suspension, this pram is known to perform perfectly anywhere, from snowy trails to city streets, which will be great for Meghan to take long walks with Archie.
Even though the couple hasn’t been seen with the fancy £1,200 stroller yet, this news would mean that a Royal tradition was broken, since the Royal Family has been using Silver Cross prams ever since Queen Elizabeth was born in 1926.
The first pram hand-made in association with the royalty was for King George VI, Queen Elizabeth’s father, who then also have chosen the same brand for her son, Prince Charles. A video of Queen Elizabeth and King Phillips pushing their son in the elegant pram can be found on the brand’s YouTube channel. Following the tradition, Prince Williams and Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton have been seeing using Silver Cross with all their children ever since their eldest child was born in 2013.
It seems that the two sister-in-laws have different styles and personalities: one is more traditional e formal, while the other is more trendy and modern. Who do you relate more?