Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared intimate snaps of their son Archie’s baby scan in their new Netflix series today.
In the fourth episode of the bombshell documentary, which was released today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke about how they ‘connected early on’ about their desire to be parents.
The royals went on to share a number of photographs of baby scans, as well as Meghan’s blossoming bump, with viewers.
The first three episodes of Harry & Meghan – part of the Sussexes’ multi-million-dollar deal with Netflix – were streamed last week, with the final three hour-long episodes streaming from today.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared intimate snaps of their son Archie’s baby scan in their new Netflix series today
In the clip, Meghan said: ‘One of the things we connected on really early was you always wanted to be a dad, and I always wanted to be a mom.’
She went on to share a number of different scan photographs showing the baby, as well as snaps of her bump.
In one image, Prince Harry can be seen kissing her bump.
Meghan explained: ‘We started journaling right when we found out we were pregnant.’
In another intimate photograph of the Duke and Duchess, Prince Harry can be seen kissing Meghan’s bump
In the fourth episode of the bombshell documentary, which was released today, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex spoke about how they ‘connected early on’ about their desire to be parents
‘We were like, “Dear baby, we are so excited to meet you one day” and we’d take snapshots and stick them in the journal.
‘Here’s an announcement that went out about you today.’
Before the Netflix documentary, the Duke and Duchess were hugely private about their son and daughter Lili.
They rarely shared photographs of their children, with royal fans catching a glimpse of the little ones just a handle of times.
However the children appeared several times in their new £100million Netflix documentary, with Meghan and Harry sharing a series of photographs and clips of Archie and Lili, including him seeing snow for the first time.
However the children appeared several times in their new £100million Netflix documentary, with Meghan and Harry sharing a series of photographs and clips of Archie and Lili, including him seeing snow for the first time
Highly personal clips show him running on the beach, at their home and the couple snuggling up with the toddler.
New pictures document the little boy growing up from a tiny baby in his parent’s arms to the cheeky three-year old he is today.
Prince Harry and Meghan’s first child, born in May 2019, took his first steps at their friend Tyler Perry’s home in California shortly after they moved to the US.
It is just one of many precious moments revealed in the final episodes of the couple’s bombshell Netflix docuseries, out today.
In a beautiful never-before-seen still, Archie is pictured as a baby being bathed by his adoring parents.
In another emotional shot, Meghan cradles him as a tiny baby as she sits on a window sill, pressing her forehead against her son’s.
One adorable film shows a tender mother-son moment, with Meghan reading the beloved children’s book by Julia Donaldson aloud in an animated voice.
‘It’s wonderfully good of you snake, but no. I am having a feast with a…’ ‘Gruffalo!’ Archie responds.
The Sussexes’ six-part show – which forms part of their multimillion-pound deal with Netflix – has become the streaming giant’s most-watched documentary in a premier week, debuting with 81.55 million hours viewed.
The initial tranche covered the couple’s courtship and romance, but many were left deeply unhappy about the programme’s full-on assault on the late Queen’s Commonwealth legacy, with some saying it seemed as if the couple want to ‘bring down the monarchy’.
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