Queen Elizabeth II made sure to wish her eighth great-grandson and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son Archie, on his first birthday today, May 6, 2020.
Archie is currently with his parents in LA, on quarantine mode.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already been a year since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle their first child, a healthy baby boy who they named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Since then, the trio’s life has drastically changed since Harry and Meghan made the monumental decision to take a step back from the Royal Family and live a more independent life.While the family stayed in Canada for a couple of months, they have officially shifted to LA, where they are also on quarantine mode currently.
Royal fans are desperately calling for the couple to release a photograph of Archie, as is royal tradition.
Royals including Prince Charles, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Camilla also shared birthday love with young Archie.They posted on Instagram and shared photos. A post on the monarch’s official Twitter account said: ‘Happy Birthday to Archie Mountbatten-Windsor who is celebrating his first birthday today! Archie is Queen’s eighth great-grandchild.
Meanwhile, in an interview, Prince William and Kate Middleton revealed that the Royal Family has been scheduling video chats according to the upcoming birthdays.
“It’s really hard times particularly over family times like Easter and things like that, and not seeing each other.So, we are making sure we share in on birthday calls and make sure we keep in touch with each other,” Kate had shared.
A royal expert said that Archie’s parents plan to treat Archie to an ‘organic, sugar-free cake’, a splash around in their pool and a video call with the Cambridge children as part of his birthday celebrations.
Fans have taken to Twitter to call for a photo of the youngster on his birthday – as is royal tradition.According to Royal expert, Katie Nichole, Queen will wish the birthday this week via Zoom. She added that the couple would likely appreciate presents ‘with meaning’, such as donations to children’s charities.