Wherever he is, it seems Prince Harry always has his wife Meghan and son Archie on his mind.
Four months have passed since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s lives were changed with the arrival of their firstborn son. And since then Prince Harry has been talking about baby Archie every opportunity he gets. During a visit to the Rugby Football Union All Schools program at Lealands High School in Luton earlier this week, the Duke of Sussex gave some new details on his son Archie.
“Prince Harry. How is everything going with Archie?” the royal was asked by one of the students during the visit, according to a video posted on a fan account.
“He’s really well, thank you,” responded Harry, who will celebrate his 35th birthday on Sunday. “And he is getting so big.”
Archie’s mom Meghan has also been busy this week, going on her first work engagement since his birth. The Duchess launched a five-piece capsule collection which is closely linked to her patronage Smart Works. She gave a great speech and met with all the women who are working on the patronage or have gotten help from it, but she couldn’t stick a while longer, as she told them: “I’ve got to get back to the baby, it’s feed time.”
Ellen DeGeneres, the talk-show host, recently shared information on the couple’s newborn. During an opening monologue, DeGeneres revealed that she got to hold baby Archie during a surprise visit with Harry and Meghan Markle during the host’s summer trip to the U.K.
“I fed Archie, I held Archie,” she said, joking that Archie “weighs 15 lbs., which is, the exchange rate, is 17 dollars here!”
DeGeneres also shared of Archie, “He looks like Harry — and he had more hair than I did at the time.”
Baby Archie hasn’t been joining his parents on their most recent royal outings, but very soon the family of three will be going on their first royal tour together. The couple, along with Archie, will be visiting Cape Town, South Africa, on September 23. There is no official schedule released for the tour so fans don’t know exactly when will they get to see the baby, it will most likely be at their first scheduled stop, which is a visit to a township. We will have to just wait and see.