Prince Harry Tears Up Talking About His Son Archie

Lawrence Kim
October 18, 2019

Prince Harry is not only a doting dad, he's also one supportive husband to wife Meghan Markle.

He trailed off as his eyes welled up and host Gaby Roslin stepped forward to put an arm around him and rub his arm reassuringly and hold his hand briefly behind his back. "When she sat down I said, 'Oh, you look wonderful and you've just had a baby.' He looked at her and went, 'See, I told you!' In a way that we would.it did feel like they were very down to earth".

Meghan, 38, re-wore the £462 green fitted P.A.R.O.S.H dress she first showcased during her engagement interview for the event, where she and Harry met award-winners including Emmie Narayan-Nicholas, 10, from Manchester.

The WellChild Awards honors ill children and their caregivers, and Harry has been a patron of the organization since 2007.

"And now, as parents, being here and speaking to all of you pulls at my heartstrings in a way I could have never understood until I had a child of my own", he said.

"Meghan said he has and Harry said he definitely is, you can see it in his eyebrows", victor Milly Sutherland's mom Angela told People.

The pair spoke about and shared their love for five-month-old son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, who has already attended his first playgroup class, according to royal correspondent, Rebecca English.

During the candid chat at a reception for winners at the Royal Lancaster hotel, the mother and daughter asked whether Archie has red hair.

Prince Harry has been incredibly vocal when it comes to speaking up on behalf of his wife Megan Markle and this week he was actually brought to tears while speaking about what fatherhood has taught him in the last few months.

You can see the new post on their Instagram right here.

The Sussexes spent some quality time with the young children being honoured at the awards.

Oakley Orange, 13, from Rochester in Kent, said Harry encouraged the youngster to take part in a bungee jump - much to the surprise of his mother, Lorraine.

"I'll get it booked next week".

"He said: "[It will give] exclusive access to the world's most talked-about couple, exploring their compassion and work, alongside the challenges and pressure they face living as a young family on the global stage trying to balance their public duties and private life under media scrutiny".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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