Prince Harry and Meghan Markle try to be as private as they can, especially when it comes to their son, Archie, who is now 10 months old. So it's super rare for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex to share details on Archie's life, but Meghan did just that earlier this week.
The couple attended the Endeavour Fund Awards in London on Thursday, as they complete their final official Royal duties as senior members of the Royal family, before heading back to Canada. Baby Archie, however, isn't over in the UK and stayed at home in Canada being looked after by his nanny.
We're sure Meghan and Harry are missing being with their son, and Meghan took the opportunity to give a rare update on baby Archie's development. Speaking to a fellow guest, Claire Spencer, at the Endeavour Fund Awards, Meghan opened up about Archie, saying, "oh yes, well he is 10 months now and is into everything," Claire told HELLO!.
Since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to live in Vancouver, Canada after stepping down as members of the Royal family earlier this year, baby Archie has also had to adapt to his new life across the pond.
But it seems he's been doing well. Prince Harry has also previously shared stories about Archie loving his new life over in Canada, saying that he especially loves the cold weather.
Speaking at a fundraiser for his charity, Sentebale, back in January, Harry said, "It has also been a privilege to meet so many of you, and to feel your excitement for our son Archie, who saw snow for the first time the other day and thought it was bloody brilliant!"
Meghan and Harry are currently in the UK to complete their final Royal engagements, and they're set to officially quit as senior Royals on 31st March, once all of their appearances are complete.
If their stories about Archie are anything to go by, we're sure they'll be happy in their new life in Canada.
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