Did you catch this special at-home moment between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry? Their two children, Prince Archie, 3, and Princess Lilbet, 1, are every inch the devoted parents.
As they stand in what appears to be the child’s nursery, Archie can be seen grabbing his adoring mother’s face and giving her a big kiss on the lips in a touching clip from episode two of their Netflix docuseries.
The couple shared a number of adorable, never-before-seen images from their daily lives at home with their children as part of the candid series, which you can view in our roundup here.
Another adorable image of the young Prince and his mother reading a story together was captured in a tender black-and-white photograph.
The adorable photo shows the young child seated on his mother’s lap, sporting a dinosaur-themed jumper and displaying his impressive head of curly hair.
Since the start of the series in December of last year, the Princess Lilibet has come a long way. On March 3, it was revealed that she had been christened at their Montecito home.
Since Harry and Meghan decided to keep the kids out of the spotlight, no photos from the christening have been made public.
Lilibet probably missed out on at least one royal christening tradition, despite the husband and wife team’s refusal to divulge any additional information about the little girl’s special day.
The Wales children and Prince Archie have worn a very special reproduction of the lace and Honiton gown from 1841 for more than a century.
The members of Lilibet’s royal family were all much younger when they were baptized, though. At three months old, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were all christened by Prince William and Princess Kate. Archie’s baptism took place when he was just three months old.
Given Lilibet’s age, it is unlikely that the replica gown was flown to the US for her to wear, and it is also possible that she has outgrown it.