This Video Of Meghan Markle Talking About Archie's Baby Teeth Is So Sweet

The Duke & Duchess Of Sussex Visit South Africa

The Duke & Duchess Of Sussex Visit South Africa

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may be royals, but at the end of the day they're just people, too. It's easy to forget sometimes, of course, especially when the Duchess steps out in one of her glamorous designer ensembles. When it comes to talking about their 6-month-old son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, however, these royals are like all new parents as they gush with pride over every little milestone.

On Wednesday (November 6), Harry and Meghan attended a coffee meet up for military families in Windsor. The event was hosted at the Broom Farm Community Center. During their visit, both Harry and Meghan couldn't stop talking about their baby boy with fellow parents. While Harry revealed Archie is already crawling, Meghan was caught on video telling a little girl about Archie's first two teeth. It's a super sweet moment that will absolutely melt your frozen heart. The proud parents shared the video on Instagram, too, so we can also relish in Meghan's excitement about Archie's baby teeth.

Also like all new parents, Harry and Meghan reportedly struggled a bit to find their footing again after Archie was born in May. “It hasn’t been an easy year for the pair, with all the drama surrounding them, and having to look after a newborn,” a source revealed to Us Weekly. “After the birth, they were absolutely exhausted."

The exhaustion of first-time parenthood took a toll on their marriage in the first few months, according to the source. “There were times they’d bicker over the smallest things because they were so tired," the insider explained. "But now that Archie’s sleeping through the night, there’s less strain on the marriage. They can finally enjoy some ‘couple time’ in the evening and feel more rested.”

The proud parents plan to take Archie to U.S. over Thanksgiving, as well, while on a six week sabbatical from their royal duties. They decided to take a break for some "much needed family time."

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