It’s true that we’ve all taken to calling him Baby Archie. It has a nice ring to it. The thing is, Baby Archie is, as they say, “growing up so fast,” and we might have to start reconsidering the whole “baby” part, even though Toddler Archie doesn’t roll off the tongue as nicely.
Anyway, the point is we haven’t seen Archie since his birthday back in May, when we got a video of Markle reading to him as part of Save the Children’s Save With Stories campaign. But we did get an adorable update this week, when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle appeared in a video interview with the Evening Standard. Their 16-month-old son seems to be growing into quite the little mischief maker.
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If you recall, Harry and Meghan recently moved into a new family home in California, on a seven-acre estate in Santa Barbara County with nine bedrooms and a tennis court. It doesn’t seem like they’ve had any privacy breaches yet — no illegal drones circling above their home to photograph them playing with Archie, for example — so things appear to be going better than at their last home in the Hollywood Hills.
And when asked how Archie is settling in after the big move, Meghan gushed about how good things have been, and how much their son has grown.
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“We are very lucky with our little one,” she said. “He’s just so busy, he’s all over the place. He’s just amazing. He keeps us on our toes, but we’re really just so lucky.”
Our last update on Toddler Archie was back in late August, when Prince Harry shared how the family was spending quarantine. On a Zoom call in celebration of...