He said it was ideal to play with Archie, but he just needed one more thing to make him perfect.
Harry added: “What I need is a few mini rugby balls that I can then involve Archie in the game, because at the moment it is impossible to find any.
“But I have a little outside space, which I am lucky to have so I have to make him play in the Rugby League. “
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Harry went on to mention that his gratitude for the space was in part due to the coronavirus pandemic preventing other people from accessing public spaces.
He said: “I am incredibly lucky and grateful to have an outdoor space and to see my son able to be outside because I know a lot of people just haven’t had this opportunity. the last five months. ”
The Duke went on to say his son is his and Meghan’s. 1 priority, but our work after that is the second priority. “
He added: “And we’re just trying to do whatever we can to do our part to make the world a better place.”
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Meghan and Harry’s new home in Montecito cost $ 14.6 million.
It has nine bedrooms, 19 bathrooms and includes a two bedroom, two bathroom caretaker’s house on the property.
The main house has a library, spa, dry and wet saunas, gym, games room, arcade, theater, wine cellar and a five-car garage.
Even more amenities are available to the Sussex royals in their new home, with exterior features such as a rose garden, tall Italian cypresses, century-old olive trees, tennis court, tea room, cottage for children and a swimming pool.
Harry has been a lifelong rugby lover, remaining the Royal Patron of the Rugby Football League despite his resignation from royal duties.
One of the Duke’s last engagements as a full-time royal came in January, where he drew the 2021 Rugby Union World Cup matches.
During Saturday’s call, Harry also revealed he wanted to return to the UK next year for the tournament.
He added: “We have quite a Rugby World Cup next year, so I definitely plan to come back.
“I would have already been back without COVID.”
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The Duke also appears to want Archie to become a fan as well, with Harry dressing his son in an English jersey last year.
England’s Sam Underhill has revealed the team received a boost ahead of the Duke’s game when he shared a photo of Archie in the kit.
He said: “Prince Harry sent us a beautiful message of support which was nice to receive.
“He showed his little boy in an England shirt, so it was a nice touch.