The sweet way Prince Harry’s son Archie honours Princess Diana

In his new AppleTV+ documentary series, The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry revealed and explained his son Archie’s first word. It was the cutest tribute to his late grandmother, Princess Diana.

In episode five, when discussing his child with Meghan Markle, the royal revealed that Archie’s first word was “grandma” and that Princess Diana’s picture hangs in his nursery.


Archie with Princess Diana’s favourite flowers in the background
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“In addition to “mama,” “papa,” and “grandma,” he also said that word when I took a picture of her in his nursery. grandmother Diana “He revealed.

She should be here, so while it’s the sweetest thing ever, it also makes me very sad.

The father of one also revealed that “crocodile” was another of Archie’s first words during a conversation with James Corden on top of a double-decker tourist bus in March of last year.

He said to the host of The Late, Late Show, “My son is now over a year and a half, he is hysterical, he’s got the most amazing personality, and he’s already putting two, three words together. “He has already started singing. Three syllables long, “crocodile” was his very first word.”



It appears that Prince Harry maintains a close relationship with his deceased mother, especially since welcoming his son back in 2019.

Meghan celebrated her first US Mother’s Day just six days after Archie was born on May 6, 2019, and shared a sweet photo of her baby’s tiny toes as they strolled in their garden at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.



Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, was poignantly mentioned in the Instagram caption on Sussex Royal: “Today, we honor all mothers—past, present, future, and those who have passed away but will never be forgotten. Each and every one of you is honored, and we celebrate you.”

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Additionally, Meghan and Archie posed in front of a background made up of Princess Diana’s favorite flowers, forget-me-nots.

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