Mama, dada! Prince Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie, has been ‘saying a few words’

Meghan and Archie (Photo: Screenshot/Twitter)
Meghan and Archie (Photo: Screenshot/Twitter)
  •  Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor recently turned one year old on 6 May
  • In celebration of their son’s first birthday, Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, shared a special video of the tot
  • The 13-month-old has also started saying his first words and loves playing hide-and-seek

Little Archie has started to talk, and his first few words might surprise you.

Since turning one last month, the tot has started saying his first few words, some of which include “mama”, “dada”, “book” and “dog”, an insider revealed to Us Weekly.

“He loves playing hide-and-seek and using building blocks,” the source added.

Prince Harry and Meghan celebrated their son's first birthday by sharing a sweet video of him during story time.

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Meghan and Harry have been in quarantine with Archie in their LA home, which is owned by renowned actor and Hollywood producer Tyler Perry, for several weeks now.

The high-profile pair moved to Los Angeles from Canada after they concluded their royal duties, following their decision to step down from their roles as senior royals.

According to Elle, when the couple aren’t delivering food parcels in their neighbourhood, as they’ve been spotted doing on several occasions, they’re spending their downtime “binge-watching Netflix, playing Scrabble and cooking,” the insider said.

Meghan recently shared a heartfelt video in which she spoke up about the Black Lives Matter movement in a video to a group of students from her former high school, Cosmopolitan reported.

This video comes after the tragic death of George Floyd which sparked worldwide protests in solidarity against racism, discrimination and injustice towards black lives.

Sources: Us Weekly, Elle, Cosmopolitan





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