Prince Harry made the announcement! Everyone congratulated him and Meghan

Being a proud father, Prince Harry recently provided an update on the well-being of his two children, Archie and Lilibet.

Surprisingly joining the WellChild Award winners on a video conference this year was The Duke of Sussex. Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth, he and his wife Meghan Markle were forced to skip the UK charity’s signature event.

Harry gushed over their shared first name in the video that was made public on Monday while speaking with Shevonne and Ben Waines and their 4-year-old son Henry. “Henry is my name. I’m Harry, as everyone calls me.

I don’t know why,” the Duke jokingly said. Henry Charles Albert David is Harry’s birth name. Then Shevonne disclosed that their son’s name was actually inspired by the prince. That information caused Harry to cover his face with his hands and tease, “Don’t tell me that!”

Harry then expressed regret for being unable to be present for Henry receiving the inspirational youngster award for children between the ages of 4 and 6 at the WellChild award ceremony held in Manchester, England, last month.

However, Henry reassured the prince that everything was “okay.” The Duke responded, “You sound just like my son Archie, with that little squeaky voice,” before going on to talk about his own kids.

I adore it. Later, when the young kid inquired about Archie and Lilibet, Harry replied, “Archie is very, very busy. Additionally, Lili is improving her voice use, which is wonderful.

During the video conversation, the monarch also met Isabelle Delaney, who won the WellChild Award for inspirational youth between the ages of 12 and 14. Isabelle introduced Hope, a Labradoodle she is training to be her support dog, to Harry during their conversation.

“She assists Isabelle when we visit busy and noisy locations. Hope goes and keeps her relaxed and content, as her mother Heather described. The Duke acknowledged his full comprehension and continued, “I tell you what, we all need a dog to keep us calm.

I currently have three in this home. Therefore, we essentially have five kids. I have a beagle rescue named Guy and a black Labrador named Pula. We also adopted Mia, a new rescue beagle. He kept talking. And every day, the three of them charge about chasing squirrels and giving us all kinds of issues. When they’re acting appropriately, though, they are also 100% emotional support dogs.

Harry wished Isabelle luck as she began attending her new school and expressed his hope that they will one day be able to speak in person.


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