We take a look back at little Archie's first year

WE might not see as much of him as his cousins, but as he settles into his new home in the States, we look back at the highlights of Meghan and Harry’s son’s first year.

From his debut at Windsor Castle to meeting Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the little royal has had a very busy year.

Welcome to the world

The Queen’s eighth great-grandchild arrived on May 6, 2019, weighing 7lb 3oz, and his proud parents showed him off later that week in St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle.

Nice Tutu meet you

Harry and Meghan introduce four-and-half-month-old Archie to Archbishop Desmond Tutu in Cape Town during their royal tour of South Africa on September 25, 2019.

Just like dad

Archie looks the double of dad Harry here as his parents cuddle him during their trip to South Africa last autumn. The tour would take on greater significance a few weeks later when Harry and Meghan’s candid interviews with Tom Bradby were aired – in which they admitted their unrest with life in Britain and their roles as royals. This unhappiness, of course, led to Megxit, which saw the family give up their royal status and move to Canada, before settling in LA.

Story time

Meghan reads Duck! Rabbit! to Archie on his first birthday. The image was taken from a video published on the @SaveChildrenUK Instagram page as Harry and Meghan supported a campaign to help children impacted by Covid-19.

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