This is the unique feature little Archie might’ve inherited from Prince Harry

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The Duchess and Duke of Sussex with their firstborn son Archie (Photo: Getty/Gallo Images)
The Duchess and Duke of Sussex with their firstborn son Archie (Photo: Getty/Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Little Archie seems to have inherited an adorable feature from his dad.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their son in May, and it seems Harry’s ginger genes are dominating.

While Archie has largely remained out of the public eye, only making two discreet appearances since his birth, sources tell PEOPLE he has "tufts of reddish hair".

The Duchess and Duke of Sussex with their firstbor

"He has lovely, puffy little legs and tufts of reddish hair. He’s really adorable," the source says, adding the three-month-old is a "happy baby".

A family member told Elle that Archie has brought much joy to his parents.

"[Archie] is the cutest little thing I’ve ever seen. They couldn’t be happier," the insider told the outlet.

Harry is said to be "over the moon about fatherhood" while Meghan is "taking each day one day at a time".

"What strikes me most is this authentic peacefulness that has settled within her," the source added.

In a previous interview with conservationist Dr Jane Goodall, the 34-year-old Prince revealed that unlike his big brother William, he only wants two children. His reason? To protect the environment, Metro reports.

Archie will soon embark on their royal tour to Africa with his parents. And with South Africa on their schedule, you might want to keep an eye out for the little red-haired infant. 

The Duchess and Duke of Sussex with their firstbor

Sources: People, Elle, Metro

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