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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be surrounded by their son Archie, who was born three weeks ago today

The new parents, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, are said to be in a pure state of delight & # 39; about their son Archie.

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Johnny Hornby, the president of Harry & # 39; s charity Sentebale, revealed People that the Harry, 34 and Meghan, 37, have been rejected with their newborn baby and that Harry & # 39; cannot take his eyes or his hands off him & # 39 ;.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their first child, Archie Harrison, three weeks ago and have since hosted several visitors to their home at Frogmore Cottage, including polo player Nacho Figueras.

Harry was reunited with his wife and newborn on Saturday afternoon, after spending more than the expected 24 hours away at a charity show for Sentebale in Italy.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be surrounded by their son Archie, who was born three weeks ago today

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are said to be surrounded by their son Archie, who was born three weeks ago today

Prince Harry was expected to pay a flying visit to Rome for the charity pool competition.

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He arrived for the event on Thursday, with royal guards expecting to return to London the next day.

But a royal fan managed to take a photo of the Duke of Sussex on a Saturday afternoon flight from British Airways.

According to Hey magazine, she recognized a & # 39; very tired & # 39; first-class-looking man before she said: “He smiled politely and said hello when he realized that I knew who he was. He thanked the first-class crew and pilot before leaving the plane. & # 39;

The president of Prince Harry & # 39; s charity Sentebale revealed that the royal family & # 39; a magnet & # 39; is for children. (photo: Nacho Figueras, Johnny Hornby, Sentebale Chairman, Delphi Figueras and Harry, Duke of Sussex attend the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup in Rome last week)

The president of Prince Harry & # 39; s charity Sentebale revealed that the royal family & # 39; a magnet & # 39; is for children. (photo: Nacho Figueras, Johnny Hornby, Sentebale Chairman, Delphi Figueras and Harry, Duke of Sussex attend the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup in Rome last week)

The president of Prince Harry & # 39; s charity Sentebale revealed that the royal family & # 39; a magnet & # 39; is for children. (photo: Nacho Figueras, Johnny Hornby, Sentebale Chairman, Delphi Figueras and Harry, Duke of Sussex attend the Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup in Rome last week)

Prince Harry founded his organization Sentebale in 2006 to help orphans and vulnerable children affected by the HIV and AIDS epidemic in Lesotho, Africa.

He continues to play in charity pool competitions to support the organization since he even traveled overseas to play in Rome last week.

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The chairman of the Hornby charity revealed that Prince Harry has always been a magnet for children, but that things have become a little higher since they became a father.

He said: & # 39; You can tell what an incredible relationship he has with children. He is a magnet for children.

Hornby revealed that Prince Harry is happy with his first son, Archie, and said the royal family cannot take his eyes off his son

Hornby revealed that Prince Harry is happy with his first son, Archie, and said the royal family cannot take his eyes off his son

Hornby revealed that Prince Harry is happy with his first son, Archie, and said the royal family cannot take his eyes off his son

& # 39; I didn't believe he could have appreciated children more than he did before, but I've seen a whole new involvement with them now that he's a father. & # 39;

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He continued to discuss a recent visit from Prince Harry & # 39; s friend and fellow polo player Nachos Figueras, who met the Archie baby in Arche last week.

The Argentinian, who is in charge of the royal family's charity polo team, is supposed to have visited Frogmore Cottage with his wife Delfina Blaquier.

Hornby added: & Nacho met little Archie last week and said the duke couldn't keep his eyes off him – nor his hands.

Jonny Hornby (right) revealed that Harry & # 39; s friend and fellow polo player Nacho Figueras (left) had visited the baby in Windsor last week

Jonny Hornby (right) revealed that Harry & # 39; s friend and fellow polo player Nacho Figueras (left) had visited the baby in Windsor last week

Jonny Hornby (right) revealed that Harry & # 39; s friend and fellow polo player Nacho Figueras (left) had visited the baby in Windsor last week

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& # 39; The two are just in a state of pure joy about this birth. & # 39;

Prince Harry and Meghan's home has been full of visitors since the birth of their first child, and many of their friends and family have met Archie for the past three weeks.

Along with the upper royal family such as Prince Charles and Prince William, Archie is believed to have met Meghan & # 39; s best friend Jessica Mulroney and, most recently, Serena Williams.

On Friday, the Duke of Sussex spent his first night away from baby Archie, participated in a fundraising polo competition in Italy and enjoyed a good night's sleep.

Harry recently spent his first night with Meghan and their son Archie by visiting Rome for the annual polo competition of his charity

Harry recently spent his first night with Meghan and their son Archie by visiting Rome for the annual polo competition of his charity

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Harry recently spent his first night with Meghan and their son Archie by visiting Rome for the annual polo competition of his charity

Nacho, who was the team leader of Harry, said the duke was a & # 39; very exciting part of his life & # 39; had begun the birth of his son and after rest, & # 39; was excited & # 39; before the match.

The player said the duke had a & # 39; good night's sleep & # 39; had prepared him for the competition, which Harry & # 39; s team won 9-6 against a US Polo Association team led by professional Malcolm Borwick.

Speaking of what the future holds for Harry, Figueras said: Being a father always changes you, he seems very, very happy, I find this a very exciting part of his life. He was ready and I think he likes it.

& # 39; I always thought he would be a great father because he has a great affinity with children – two weeks is very, very fast, but I am sure he has changed. & # 39;

The annual event has raised more than £ 6 million for Sentebale's work since it was first held in Barbados in 2010.

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