Prince Harry has given an update on baby Archie to an excited group of students upon visiting Lealands Highschool for a royal engagement last week.
According to Express, a young schoolgirl asked the Duke of Sussex how everything was going with his son Archie, to which the proud dad replied: "really well."
Harry - who is a Patron of the Rugby Football Union - was visiting Lealands Highschool to promote the Rugby Football Union All Schools programme.
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The scheme is being launched with the purpose of increasing secondary state schools participation in rugby union.
The 35-year-old watched students from five local schools in Luton play touch football games and participate in skills sessions before speaking to the students and teachers.
Lealands Highschool is the 750th school to join the Rugby Football Union All Schools program.
The news comes as Meghan Markle wished her husband a happy birthday by sharing a collage of never before seen pictures on Instagram.
The Duchess of Sussex wrote the Duke of Sussex - who turns 35-years-old today - a heartfelt message on social media in order to celebrate his big day.
In the bottom right-hand corner of the collage is a special image from baby Archie's christening, which shows Meghan sitting in a chair holding the Royal couple's son, with Harry tenderly looking on.
“Your service to the causes you care so deeply for inspires me every day," Meghan wrote.
"You are the best husband and most amazing dad to our son. We love you ❤️Happiest birthday!”
The collage also features photos of a young Prince Harry with his mother, Princess Diana, as well as a teenage Harry and Prince William.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have finalised details for their first official royal tour with baby Archie (the royal family will board a plane to Cape Town in a number of days).
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