Just like his father! The queen noted that great-grandson Archie ‘has Prince Harry’s red hair’ during a video call to the family, reveals royal expert Katie Nicholl
- Meghan Markle, 38, and Prince Harry, 35, live in an $ 18 million mansion in LA
- Sources revealed how the Queen, 94, noticed Archie’s hair zooming into the birthday
- Katie Nicholl said she commented on how one-year-old has “daddy’s red locks.”
- Couple has’ a magical time ‘that spends a lot of time together as a family’
The Queen ‘noted that great-grandson Archie has Prince Harry’s red hair’ during a birthday video call, sources claim.
The Duke, 35, and Duchess of Sussex, 38, moved to actor Tyler Perry’s $ 18 million home in Hollywood last month, along with their son Archie, who had distanced himself from royal duty last month.
Now, sources have told royal editor Katie Nicholl how the pair spoke to the Queen earlier this month on her birthday, 94, while Her Majesty commented on the similarities between Prince Harry and his son.
Meanwhile, another insider told The times the couple has a ‘magical time’ and ‘spends a lot of time together as a family’ during the lockdown, explaining: ‘Archie is a happy and sweet baby, full of love and joy, and it’s contagious. He is active and pulls everything up with a great determination to walk. ‘
Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, met with the Queen earlier this month for a video call on her 94th birthday, with the royal remark that ‘Archie has his father’s hair’
Katie explained that the queen had seen her great-grandson only “a handful of times” in the past year of his life.
However, she added that the couple called the 94-year-old video when she celebrated her birthday at Windsor Castle last month.
Meanwhile, the couple spends more time with Meghan’s mom Doria, hoping they will find a permanent home in LA with a ‘grandma flat’ or wing where she can stay.
Katie went on to say that while Duke and Duchess currently live in Beverly Hills, they also like to be ‘out of the Hollywood battle’.
Royal editor Katie Nicholl told The Times that Queen Archie had only seen ‘a handful of times’ during the first year of his life, but technology helped keep them around
Their search for real estate focuses on properties ‘close to nature’ and somewhere where they can ‘walk’ would be important to them.
Sources explained how they currently ‘just enjoy watching Archie milestones’ and spend time as a family.
The comments come after a memorable month for the couple celebrating Archie’s first anniversary, as well as their second wedding anniversary in recent weeks.
Royal biographer Omid Scobie previously revealed how Prince Harry and Meghan celebrated their second wedding anniversary with an LA favorite – Mexican food and margaritas.
The couple would enjoy spending ‘magical time’ together as a family during the coronavirus pandemic
The Duke and Duchess reportedly enjoyed a quiet day of celebrations together and joined family and friends on Zoom.
British journalist Omid, who co-authored their upcoming biography Finding Freedom, revealed that the couple had “thought about what a beautiful and magical day” their wedding was.
Register Harper’s Bazaar, Omid said the pair was talking to a number of people – including some salesmen who ‘helped bring the ceremony and reception to life’ – about exchanging their vows in May 2018 at Windsor Castle.
The Duke and Duchess currently live in Tyler Perry’s Beverly Hills home worth $ 18 million, but would like to move somewhere quieter in their search for a permanent home
“They all reminisced about what a beautiful and magical day it was,” a source told the publication, adding that they had called friends and family.
Meanwhile, they also made video calls to mark Baby Archie’s first birthday.
Sources told People magazine that made the couple a “really simple but incredibly joyful” party for their son, with the trio taking the time to have a video call to chat with his godparents and family.