Archie Harrison, who turned a year ago last month, is officially speaking. A royal source offered a glimpse into the young royal’s life by revealing that he said words like “Mama”, “Dada”, “book” and “dog”.
It comes after it appeared that little Archie “starts walking” and stands by the furniture to balance himself.
Meanwhile, his parents Meghan and Harry would enjoy life in Los Angeles after leaving the royal family sensational earlier this year.
The family spends confinement in Los Angeles and is expected to remain in the United States for the foreseeable future.
The adored parents wish to raise their son away from the outward signs of royal life and have chosen not to give him an official title at birth.
Archie is likely to be raised on the other side of the Atlantic with his royal parents and although he may have contact with them during family events, he will not grow up in the royal spotlight.
A source told ELLE.com that the pair were “happier and more relaxed” and while the coronavirus was locking up spent quality time together and “enjoyed watching Netflix, watching Scrabble and cooking,” according to US Weekly.
It comes after Meghan combined her charitable streak with her son’s legacy, making him a key part of her job.
The Duchess of Sussex paid a sweet tribute to her son Archie by sponsoring a charity on her behalf.
In a press release, she wrote, “I want to sincerely thank all of Mayhew’s volunteers, staff and students.
“To express my commitment, I renewed my sponsorship of a kennel on behalf of our son, Archie, to create a temporary home for an animal in need. “
The charity Mayhew promotes animal welfare and provides accommodation and relocation services.
The Duchess of Sussex is already a patron of the association.
A statement from Mayhew said, “The Duchess has long understood the link between animal welfare and the well-being of the community, and has previously supported various rescue centers in Los Angeles.
“We are delighted that the Duchess shares our commitment to improving the lives of animals and people at home and abroad, and we are extremely delighted to make a real difference for dogs, cats and communities together. “