Meghan Markle, Prince Charles Say ‘Happy Birthday’ to Archie Harrison Mountbatten

According to Deadline, Harper Collins-owned Dey Street Books has secured the rights to the book titled Finding Freedom: Harry and Meghan and the Making of a Modern Royal Family, written by Harper's Bazaar royal editor, Omid Scobie and royal reporter for Elle and Oprah magazines, Carolyn Durand.

The little boy is celebrating his first birthday today (May 6) in Los Angeles.

In a collaboration with Save The Children, the couple marked their only child's birthday with a video of the Duchess of Sussex reading Archie his favourite book Duck!

Penny Junor, royal biographer said: "Now they are cut off from family it is hard for everybody".

"Wishing Archie a very happy first birthday today!".

In the sweet video, which was filmed by Prince Harry in California last week, Archie can helping his mother turn the pages of the book while the former Suits actor reads her son the story animatedly.

"Duck! Rabbit!" with Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex (and Harry, The Duke of Sussex behind the camera), read to their son Archie for his 1st birthday.

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"This photo of Archie and his grandfather was taken following his christening in July 2019".

Nourish Eco Village, a charity in South Africa, was chosen as it's where the Sussexes had their last royal tour.

Meanwhile, a message was also posted to the royal family's official Twitter page.

Archie, then known simply as Baby Sussex, was born in Windsor on Monday, May 6, weighing 7 lbs. and 3 oz. "Archie is The Queen's eighth great-grandchild", the post reads. Something suitably healthy for a one year old.

The family is in lockdown in Los Angeles where they moved at the end of March.

The announcement comes two weeks after Harry and Meghan said they would no longer co-operate with several British tabloid newspapers because of what they called "distorted, false or invasive" stories.

However, the couple will now be "financially independent".

  • Michelle Webb