Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie, stole the show as the couple launched their podcast a few days before the new year.
Baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor’s adorable little voice can be heard for the first time ever in public!
The young kid made a surprise debut on his parents’ podcast. The little boy, who is just 18 months old, could be heard saying a few words at the end of his parents’ new Spotify podcast, and we can’t really get over the cuteness of baby Archie.
Prince Harry can be heard telling his son: “You can speak into it.” Next, mum Meghan Markle asks Archie: “Archie, is it fun?” to which he replies: “Fun!” Loving dad Harry then urges him to wish listeners happy new year, telling him: “After me, ready?” Copying his dad, who says “happy” into the microphone, Archie repeats the word. “Happy,” he can be heard saying.
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The Duke then says: “New,” and Archie replies: “New year.” This was indeed very exceptional because it marked the first time the 18-month-old royal’s voice has been heard in public. Archie’s big podcast debut was real quick, but still undeniably cute.
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Is it just us, or could anyone else pick up a hint of an American accent in Archie’s voice? Archie was born in the United Kingdom, but has spent more of his life in the United States than he did in England.
The toddler was speaking on The Holiday Special episode of the new podcast series, which is produced by Archewell Audio and Gimlet and features a collection of personal stories and tales from guests around the globe including the likes of James Corden and Sir Elton John, as they reflect on the year and look ahead to a more hopeful 2021.
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Doting dad Harry introduced the episode by saying, “As we all know, it’s been a YEAR. And we really want to honour the compassion and kindness that has helped so many people get through it.”
The Duchess went on to acknowledge those who have lost loved ones in 2020: “And at the same time, to honour those who have experienced uncertainty and unthinkable loss. Our thoughts have been with you, especially during this holiday season.”
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