Prince Harry Explains Why Archie’s First Two Words Made Him ‘So Sad’

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Prince Harry Explains Why Archie’s First Two Words Made Him ‘So Sad’

When their child first starts talking, every parent is ecstatic that they can hear which words come out first. However, some of Prince Harry’s son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-first Windsor’s words were tragic for him.

Continue reading to learn what Archie did to make the Duke of Sussex “sad.”

Any of Archie’s very first words

Archie began speaking when he was just over a year old, according to reports. His first words, according to a source, were “Dada,” “Mama,” “book,” and “dog.”

In February 2021, Harry said that Archie’s first word was “crocodile” during an appearance on The Late Late Show With James Corden.

“My son is now over a year and a half, and he is hysterical,” the prince told the host. He has the most incredible personality. He’s still stringing together two or three sentences. He’s already belting out tunes. ‘Crocodile,’ three syllables, was his first word.”

Harry’s two words that made him sad

Other terms Archie put together, on the other hand, made Prince Harry “very sad.” Those titles, according to the Duke of Sussex, were “grandma Diana.” During his Apple TV+ docu-series The Me You Can’t See about mental health, Harry discussed this as well as his late mother, Princess Diana.

“I wish [my mother]could have met Meghan,” Harry said. I wish she could have been there for Archie. I hung a picture of him in his nursery… Apart from ‘mama,’ ‘papa,’ and ‘grandma,’ ‘grandma Diana,’ it was one of the first things he said. It’s the sweetest thing, but it makes me sad at the same time.”

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