Archie "Delighted" Prince Charles By Calling Him "Pa" In Video Call
During a recent video call to celebrate Prince Harry's birthday, his son Archie stole the attention of everyone in the royal family by blowing out the candles on the cake and even saying "Pa" to his grandfather, Prince Charles. According to a source for The Sun, the action "delighted" the Prince of Wales and Queen Elizabeth II.
Little Archie, son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, really knows how to steal everyone's attention. As reported by the English newspaper, the young royal participated in a video call with some prominent members of the royal family to celebrate his father's birthday last week. According to a source with knowledge about the call, Archie enchanted everyone involved in the encounter by Zoom, especially his grandfather, Prince Charles, whom he called "pa."
Archie "delighted" Prince Charles and says "pa"
During a video call to celebrate Prince Harry's 36th birthday, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles were able to see a little more of Archie, son of Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle, whom they have not seen for half a year.
As reported The Sun, the son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stole the attention of his grandfather, whom he called "pa".
Prince Harry also reportedly told the family "how much he missed them," according to a source close to Windsor Castle. "Meghan baked a cake and Harry blew out candles. Archie made them laugh when he also blew them out," the source revealed.
Prince Charles, more than a grandfather to Archie
Despite the exit of his son and daughter-in-law from their senior royal duties, Prince Charles has tried to stay close to Harry and his youngest grandson, Archie.
In August this year, The Sun noted that the bond between Prince Harry and his father Prince Charles has not been affected in recent months, allowing the Prince of Wales to constantly communicate with his son and even support him financially if he needs it.
"Prince Charles has made it clear that his door will always be open," the tabloid published this summer.