The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s New York City visit marked their first trip away from their 2-year-old son Archie since the birth of his little sister Lilibet in June. A break from the kids might make for a romantic holiday, but that doesn’t mean the little ones aren’t top of mind for their parents. In fact, Prince Harry found a way to keep Archie close at hand with a sweet nod to his son in the most unlikely of places. His briefcase.
Harry and Meghan weren’t simply on a romantic holiday, of course. They met with leaders from around the world including Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield. The couple sat down with the Ambassador at the United Nations last Thursday to discuss important matters like Covid-19, racial justice, and mental health awareness, as Thomas-Greenfield tweeted, and they clearly meant business. Because Prince Harry was seen carrying a portfolio briefcase into the meeting.
A personalized briefcase at that, although not with his own name. Instead, the briefcase read “Archie’s papa,” so if he loses it people will know to return it to Archie’s papa.
I hope no one else at the UN had a child named Archie. Otherwise there could be some serious confusion. Maybe he should get it changed to “Lilibet and Archie’s papa,” then it would be safe for sure.
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