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Prince Harry opens up about ‘busy’ Archie and reveals incredible detail

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the Duke of Sussex’s three-year-old son, has received some lovely updates from the royal family.

Prince Harry provided a brief glimpse into the lives of his two children during a video call with the WellChild Award winners. The father of two opened up about a variety of subjects, including their favorite toys and their irresistible squeaky voices.


Meghan and Harry are raising their family in California
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The four-year-old Henry Waines, who won the Inspirational Child award in the 4-6 years category, was the subject of The Duke’s first conversation. Ben and Shevonne were on the call with their son Henry, who was born with serious health issues.

When the Duke heard his voice, he exclaimed: “You resemble my son Archie exactly.

You speak in the same tiny, squeaky tone. My favorite.”

Later, Henry’s parents questioned Harry: “Harry was asked, “How are Archie and Lilibet doing? They’re doing great… Lili is learning to use her voice, which is fantastic, and Archie is incredibly busy.”

The 38-year-old noticed Shakeerah Crowther’s enormous giraffe balloon while speaking with the 10-year-old.


Prince Harry is the patron for WellChild
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Harry, a WellChild supporter since 2007, made an effort to communicate with Shakeerah, the only known survivor of a rare bacterial brain infection contracted while receiving treatment for a brain tumor.

Harry, who was beaming from ear to ear, asked: “How long have you owned that giraffe, Shakeerah? We call him Gerald, and Archie also has a giraffe that has lived a very long time.”

The Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan Markle are parents to two kids. Their family is being raised in Santa Barbara, California. Their opulent Montecito mansion has a tennis court, spa, outdoor pool, and kid-only play area, among other amenities.

Following the WellChild Awards ceremony on September 8, Harry made some sweet revelations.


Meghan and Harry with Archie as a baby


When Buckingham Palace issued a statement regarding the Queen’s health, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were compelled to cancel their plans to attend the opulent ceremony.

Since becoming the organization’s patron in 2007, Prince Harry has met with numerous children and young people, nurses, researchers, and volunteers who have worked with the charity over the years. He also continues to take an active interest in the work of WellChild.

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