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Prince Harry, his rare confidences about Archie: Our little man is our priority


Prince Harry made tender confidences about his son Archie on Saturday 29th August during a video conversation on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the Rugby Federation, a sport he loves and would like to play with his boy.

If Prince Harry chose to leave the royal family, settling in the United States with Meghan Markle and Archie so that their family can live a quiet life and as normal as possible, he does not forget his native land.

Unable to return to the United Kingdom as he would have liked, the Prince still keeps in touch with his country and the causes he defends there through zoom lectures. This Saturday, August 29th, on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the Rugby Federation, Harry invites himself into a video conversation with players, coaches and volunteers.

There, as reported by People magazine, between sports lovers, Prince Harry took the opportunity to make some adorable confidences about his son Archie, now 15 months old and who has been very discreet since his parents moved across the Atlantic.

Our priority

Since packing their suitcases in the United States, Harry and Meghan are more determined than ever to protect Archie’s privacy. Their little boy’s happiness is now what is most important to his parents.

“Our little guy is our number one priority,” said the prince during his video conversation. “But after him our work is our second priority and we’re just trying to do everything we can to make the world a better place,” adds Harry. The couple is also multiplying projects in the United States, some of which could bring them a lot of money.

Archie, future rugby player?

Meghan and Harry work hard to build their life in America, but Archie comes first. And let the British reassure themselves, even if the little boy will grow up far away from England, his father intends to pass on to him certain traditions of his native country.

Prince Harry, a rugby lover and godfather of the Rugby Football League in the United Kingdom, hopes to share this passion with his son very soon. “I need to get my hands on some mini rugby balls, so I could start teaching Archie the game because at the moment it is impossible to find any” explains the proud dad during his video chat.

And the luxurious and vast property that Harry and Meghan just acquired in Santa Barbara seems perfect for that : “I have some space outside, I have this chance, so I have to make him play rugby”. No wonder Archie feels so comfortable there.

Photo credits : Bestimage

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