The British royal family congratulates Prince Harry’s son Archie on his birthday


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British royals have sent congratulatory messages to Prince Harry’s son Archie and his wife Megan, who have become the focus of one of the family’s biggest crises in decades this year, on the occasion of his second birthday on Thursday.

Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, who is ranked seventh in line to the throne, was born at Portland Hospital in London in May 2019 and now lives with his parents in Los Angeles after they left Britain and abdicated their royal duties last year.

“We wish Archie Mountainbatten-Windsor a happy celebration of his second birthday today,” said a message posted on Queen Elizabeth’s Twitter account. The little prince also received good wishes from his grandfather, Prince Charles, the heir, and his uncle, Prince William and his wife, Kate.

Archie became a focal point in the deteriorating relationship between Harry and his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, 95, and the rest of the family after he and his wife abandoned their royal duties. His birth.

In another context, Megan, who is pregnant with her second child, said on Tuesday that Archie and Harry were the inspiration for a new children’s book she wrote that will be published next month.


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