Doting dad Prince Harry couldn’t stop raving about baby Archie as he attended the star-studded premiere of The Lion King on Sunday evening alongside his stunning wife, Meghan.
On the red carpet, the new parents were captured mingling with stars of the film, including Hollywood royalty Beyoncé Knowles-Carter and her husband American rapper Jay-Z.
During their conversation, Harry revealed that Archie, who made his way into the world more than two months ago, recently mastered a new skill. Hello Magazine reports Harry imitated his son by stretching his neck, to which Beyonce responded: “He’s holding his neck up?”
The proud father also added that Archie – who was born on May 6 – is “not so little anymore”.
Harry’s comments come less than a week after the public were treated to just a few glimpses of baby Archie Harrison on his first family day out.
The Duchess of Sussex was seen cradling her new babe and planting tender kisses on his head as she cheered on Harry at the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day at Billingbear Polo Club in Wokingham, UK, last Wednesday.
The Duchess of Sussex joined her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, whose husband Prince William also took part in the annual charity match, playing on the opposite team to his younger brother, as well as her niece and nephews Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis for the summer outing.
It is the first time that the three young royals – who bear the title of prince and princess unlike Archie – have been seen in public with their newest cousin, as the four youngsters enjoyed their first public playdate.
Wearing a loose khaki green frock, which flowed to her ankles, and a pair of gold-rimmed dark sunglasses, the duchess looked carefree as she held her son close to her chest, with the little royal wearing a white romper for his first ever sports game.
Meghan wore her dark locks down in the loose wavy style she favours, while her husband appeared red faced after the gruelling polo match as he was pictured leaving the event alongside his wife and son, wearing a red and white jersey.