The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son Archie turns four on 6 May

Prince Archie is Prince Harry’s mini-me in beanie hat

On May 6, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will celebrate the fourth birthday of their son Prince Archie. Prince Harry is anticipated to fly directly back to California after attending King Charles’ coronation on that same day.

Archie is rarely seen in public, but Harry and Meghan revealed private images and video of their young children in their Netflix docuseries, which debuted in December.


Prince Archie is his dad’s mini-me in beanie hat

As can be seen in old photos, the young child resembles Harry at the same age and has inherited his father’s red hair.

We couldn’t help but notice how much Archie resembled his father, Harry, who often wears a beanie hat.

The documentary also featured footage from Archie and his younger sister Lilibet’s final visit to the UK in June, when the late Queen was celebrating her Platinum Jubilee.

The visit fell on Lilibet’s first birthday, and Harry and Meghan hosted a tea party at their Frogmore Cottage home in the UK to commemorate the occasion.


Prince Archie is his dad’s mini-me in beanie hat


This summer, the couple will leave their Windsor home in a move approved by King Charles.

During Archie’s first few months of life, Harry and Meghan temporarily relocated to Canada before purchasing their family home in Montecito in 2020. As a result, Archie spent his early months at Frogmore Cottage.

At Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital, the couple gave birth to their daughter Lilibet Diana on June 4 of that year.

Following Charles’ ascension to the throne, the Sussexes announced earlier this year that they would use their children’s royal titles.


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Prince Archie is his dad’s mini-me in beanie hat


As Harry and Meghan revealed that Lilibet had been christened at their California home, the news broke.

Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes, Harry’s maternal aunts, were present at the ceremony despite the absence of the royal family.

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