Meghan Markle has adorable nickname for baby Archie

Joanna Estrada
September 27, 2019

Harry said that at this point in his life, Archie is "so busy, constantly wanting to stand", with Meghan adding, "Exploring". Meghan agreed, "He likes to flirt".

The Duchess of Sussex dressed to impress for her latest solo outing, as part of her royal tour with husband Prince Harry and their baby son, but it was her act of kindness that really surprised mums at a gathering for charity mothers2mothers, dedicated to preventing mother to child transmission of HIV.

According to the Sussex Royal Instagram account, Prince Harry planted a baobab - a plant severely under threat across Africa but will now live for 1000 years - while each child who joined him grew their sapling from seeds, all in the hope of restoring the Chobe Forest Reserve.

In video from the visit, Meghan is heard calling her son "Bubba".

"There are days when it's a lot to juggle but then you meet someone and you have an impact on them and you say 'ah-ha, ' and it's so rewarding". "Archie loved meeting you", they wrote in another post.

The royals are almost half way through their 10-day tour
The royals are almost half way through their 10-day tour

Prince Harry also accepted a teddy from Hunter on behalf of Archie.

"You like me best, yes".

Although he's only a few months old, Archie's outfits will also be making headlines, and undoubtedly causing brand web sites to crash as parents around the world get the first glimpse of the royal baby's style. It was signed "The Duke and Duchess".

Ms Markle was spotted with Archie in her arms on Monday morning. In a touching tribute to Princess Diana, Archie was seen wearing a white knit hat with a pom-pom that was very similar to the one Diana chose for baby Harry to wear in January 1985 as they stepped off a plane at Aberdeen Airport in Scotland.

He said that Prince Harry was affectionate during their trip and this could be an indication that they have become closer and this doesn't look like someone is regretting. It didn't take long for the Duchess of Sussex to notice a 15-month-old girl named Asiville, who was rolling around and having a ball.

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