Prince Harry was pictured on Thursday emerging from United Nations Plaza with a laptop bag with the words “Archie’s Daddy” embossed on the side during his tour of New York City with Meghan.
The proud father spent Wednesday evening and Thursday with his wife Meghan in New York City, while the children – Archie and Lilibet – stayed behind in Los Angeles.
But Harry had a small memento of his son carried on his much-discussed tour of New York City, the Sussex’s first public trip to the Big Apple since their permanent move from England to Meghan’s native California in March 2020.
Prince Harry emerged from the United Nations building on Thursday, holding his laptop bag with the words ‘Archie’s daddy’ on it
Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle arrive at the World Trade Center Observatory in Manhattan on Thursday morning
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are seen here leaving One World Trade Center after an hour-long visit to the gloomy memorial Thursday morning
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arrive at One World Trade Center where they are greeted by New York State Governor and New York City Mayor
The photo was taken Thursday afternoon after their visit to the United Nations for a 40-minute meeting where they had an “important discussion” about COVID-19, racial justice and mental health with US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
Thomas-Greenfield described the gathering as “amazing” as she shared snaps of the trio chatting on sofas in a lounge area and then posing for UN branding.
Thursday’s UN visit was sandwiched between a bleak morning trip to the 9/11 Memorial at One World Trade Center.
They were greeted by New York Governor Kathy Hochul, Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio, National September Memorial & Museum President Alice Greenwald and Patricia Harris, CEO of Bloomberg Philanthropy.
Harry and Meghan spent hours at the memorial before continuing their day with the UN visit and a trip to the World Health Organization headquarters.
Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield (right) tweeted photos of what she described as an ‘amazing’ visit Thursday afternoon with Prince Harry and Meghan (left) and said they discussed COVID-19, racial justice and mental health
Prince Harry and Meghan arrive at the 9/11 Memorial on Thursday morning as part of their four-day tour of New York City
Prince Harry waves as he and his wife leave the swanky $1,300-a-night New York City hotel for their Thursday adventures through Manhattan
Thursday night with a nightcap at Manhattan’s Upper East Side Bemelmans Bar in the lobby of the $1,300-per-night Carlyle Hotel.
Harry was featured on DailyMail.com exclusive photos in the corner of the banquet with two men in suits and a woman in a white blazer.
It is not known who they were, but Meghan was noticeably absent.
Harry spoke animatedly, often gesturing, with a glass of white wine in front of him at what appeared to be a business meeting.
The trip to New York City ended in the bar for the second night in a row.
On Wednesday night, Harry and Meghan were spotted at the bar partying with Misha Noonoo and Mikey Heiss to kick off their four-day tour of the city, exclusive photos for the MailOnline show.
The relationship between Misha and Mikey reportedly dates back years, according to last year’s biography, Finding Freedom, co-authored by journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, which documented the friendship between Meghan and Misha.
It is alleged that Soho Houses’ global membership director Markus Anderson introduced the royal family to many business and cultural elites – both in Canada and abroad.
Prince Harry was spotted at the chic NYC bar without Meghan around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday
Prince Harry is seen talking to a group of people in the corner of – Bemelmans Bar – New York City luxury hotspot on the Upper East Side of Manhattan
The authors wrote: ‘At lunch at Soho House in Miami, it was he who sat the actress next to Misha, a budding fashion designer with a vibrant personality and impeccable parentage.
The occasion for the Miami trip in December 2014 was Art Basel, a decadent art fair that brings the internationally rich and famous for a week of parties and events of all shapes and sizes.
Markus invited Meghan, an art lover, to stay at the epicenter of the action, Soho Beach House, to catch some sun, see some art and have fun.
“A perfect place to make new friends and connections, the Soho house event saw Misha and Meghan click right away.”
The biography further suggests that Misha and Markus were behind Meghan and Prince Harry’s first meeting.
The duchess’ closest friends are believed to have put the couple, who now reside in the US, on a blind date in London.
The Carlyle Hotel: New York City’s star-studded ‘tower of power’ that once hosted Princess Diana, JFK and Michael Jackson
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are far from the first big names to grace the floors of The Carlyle Hotel in New York City for £1,300 a night.
Meghan and Harry were pictured having a drink at Bemelmans, the posh 1947 piano bar frequented by Bono, Mariah Carey, John Mayer and Billy Joel.
Princess Diana was known as a regular at The Carlyle, known as New York’s ‘Tower of Power’, with its spectacular rooftop view of Central Park.
And other royals, including Prince Charles and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, also stayed there in 2005 and 2014 respectively.
Designed in Art Deco style and built in 1930, The Carlyle today offers 190 rooms and suites.
Seeing the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at The Carlyle ahead of their trip to New York in 2014
Just steps from the city’s famous Madison Avenue, The Carlyle offers its elite clientele the perfect blend of ‘discretion and grace’.
The historic landmark has seen a wealth of stars, celebrities and world leaders pass through its halls for the past 80 years.
Woody Allen was known to play the clarinet at the cafe, while guests have reported standing shoulder to shoulder with Steve Jobs, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and Mick Jagger while using the elevators.
At least six former US presidents called The Carlyle a home away from home, with insiders calling the luxury hotel the White House in New York.
President John F. Kennedy reportedly even sneaked Marilyn Monroe into his room on the 34th floor through the service entrance and back doors of the hotel.