Ellen DeGeneres recalls meeting baby Archie with Harry and Meghan

Lawrence Kim
September 11, 2019

She joked: "I just want to say it was an honour for them to meet me".

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, pose with their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor during a photocall in St George's Hall at Windsor Castle on May 8, 2019 in Windsor, England.

Speaking about the tot, who is four months old, Ellen revealed that she even got to hold and feed the youngest member of the royal family.

"She was nearly in floods of tears because she couldn't see the stage, so I stuck her on my shoulders, and she just bopped away", he said. "He weighs 15 pounds, which the exchange rate I believe is $17 dollars here".

The talk show host told her studio audience about the visit on Monday, September 9. Prince Harry looked dapper in a blue suit and a green tie, along with an Invictus Games badge on his lapel.

Prince Harry has revealed how nerves almost got the better of him during one of the most important moments of his life.

As well as gushing about their son, Ellen also praised the couple's "compassionate" and "amazing" nature.

I got to hold little Archie, the baby. I fed Archie, I held Archie.

What DeGeneres said on her talk show this week echoes that sentiment. They're the cutest couple, so down to earth.

Ellen also revealed that she and wife Portia De Rossi spoke with Meghan and Harry about the conservation work they're doing. "We merely created a platform in order for them to shine and it's genuinely been one of the greatest honors of my life to get to know all you guys and to see you through this process". DeGeneres said she discussed wildlife conservation efforts with Prince Harry and Meghan, highlighting their work with the non-profit Elephants Without Borders in Botswana.

"And to see you guys serve again and enjoy it so much, because it is literally in your DNA, means that every single person in this room, the 65 million-plus viewers on the BBC and people from all over the world have had a chance to be invigorated in a way that they never thought was possible", Harry concluded.

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