Royal fans see the adorable moment when ITV camera & # 39; s Prince Harry gently hit the baby Archie in the tour documentary in Africa
- Meghan was interviewed by documentary maker Tom Bradby
- But viewers with eagle eyes saw Harry and Archie in the background of the shot
- Harry and Meghan: An African trip broadcast on ITV last night after the tour
Royal viewers continued to stumble behind their scenes after they had seen Prince Harry baby Archie gently asleep in the ITV documentary after the first Sussex tour in Africa.
The tender moment was captured in a reflection during an interview with Meghan from the documentary by the duke and duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan: an African journey, broadcast on Sunday.
But viewers with eagle eyes saw Prince Harry who held his baby close to his chest and slept Archie in the background.
The new father can be seen as he cradles his son and cradles him back and forth in the candid images that he thinks no one can see.
Royal viewers continued to stumble behind their scenes after spotting Prince Harry who gently rocked Baby Archie to sleep in the ITV documentary after the first Sussex tour in Africa
Viewers on Twitter responded: & # 39; Meghan says something important, but I can't take my eyes off the duo in the left corner … Harry and Archie. & # 39;
Another wrote: & # 39; While Meg gave the interview, I just saw Harry rocking Archie in the back of my heart. & # 39;
Someone else has posted: & # 39; Harry Rocking and Archie is so cute, you're lucky bro. & # 39;
Another previously unseen moment meant that Harry wiped dribbles from the mouth of baby Archie when he was introduced to Desmond Tutu.
He met the Archbishop and his daughter Thandeka Tutu-Gxashe during a tea party, who laughed while little Archie giggled.
The new father can be seen as he cradles his son and cradles him back and forth in the candid images, where he thinks no one can see him while Meghan talks to Tom Bradby & # 39; s from ITV
But his father quickly wiped his mouth and added: & # 39; I think he knows exactly what's going on. & # 39;
While Harry and Archie were visible in the background, Meghan talked about the & # 39; empowered & # 39; women and young girls she met during their Africa tour.
She said: & # 39; If you are on the ground and experience it and you see it, it resonates in a different way.
& # 39; But the biggest takeaway restaurant that strikes me is optimism. Especially these women and these young girls are so powerful. & # 39;
Another previously unseen moment meant that Harry wiped dribble out of the mouth of baby Archie when he was introduced to Desmond Tutu with mother Meghan
Tom Bradby & # 39; s one-hour ITV documentary, & # 39; Harry & Meghan: An African Journey & # 39 ;, followed the royal couple during their official tour of Africa last month.
The Duchess told Bradby that it was essential for her to & # 39; thrive & # 39; and & # 39; to feel happy & # 39 ;, warning that they simply endure unwanted control is & # 39; not the point of life & # 39 ;.
She explained how she & # 39; really tried to take over the British sensitivity of a stiff upper lip & # 39; – but believes that such emotions can only cause & # 39; damage & # 39;
In what was the first on-screen interview since she became a mother, the American former actress admitted that she was & # 39; vulnerable & # 39; felt the media attention during her pregnancy with Archie.
Harry and Archie can be seen on the far left in the image, while Meghan is being interviewed for the documentary
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