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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to Bring Baby Archie to U.S. for Thanksgiving

AceShowbiz Sunday, 20 October 2019 ()
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex plan to take a six-week break from their royal duties in order to spend much-needed quality time with their baby son Archie.
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News video: Prince Harry's son Archie is 'chatty'

Prince Harry's son Archie is 'chatty' 01:08

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan revealed their baby son Archie is "so chatty" during their meeting with Desmond Tutu and his daughter in Cape Town in September.

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