Archie’s videos on Harry and Meghan’s video conferences reveal that the little son of the Dukes of Sussex often sneaks into broadcasts. The first son of the dukes apparently has the artistic streak of his mother.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the Dukes of Sussex have increased their work virtually and their little Archie has stolen the limelight.
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Archie in Harry and Meghan’s video conferences steals the show
As reported by the portal Hello! Little Archie takes advantage of his parents ‘work to make appearances during the Dukes’ video calls or conferences.
Omid Scobie, author of the biography Finding Freedom and expert on royalty, highlighted in his podcast, how little Archie is able to climb to position himself in front of the cameras.
“I loved attending their daily Zoom calls with the various initiatives and people they work with. And discover how Archie does not escape from climbing to get in front of the webcam and make little impromptu appearances. “
The first appearance of the little boy took place last April in a video call to congratulate Queen Elizabeth on her 94th birthday.
However, Archie Harrison’s official appearances have always been approved by his parents as happened when Meghan, accompanied by her son, read one of her little one’s favorite books, Duck! Rabbit!
As always, she did it for a charitable purpose, the Duchess supported the campaign @SaveWithStories in the United States and @SaveChildrenUK in the United Kingdom, which helps children who have been affected by the covid-19 pandemic.