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Meghan Markle Shares Rare Photo Of Two-Year-Old Archie

Meghan Markle shared a photo of her son, two-year-old Archie, in her interview with Ellen Degeneres. 
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Meghan Markle shared a rare photo of her son, Archie, 2, during her interview with Ellen Degeneres. 

During the Duchess of Sussex’s surprise appearance on the show, she opened up about family life with Prince Harry and their two children.

Referencing her new children’s book, ‘The Bench,’ and how it features her son, she said: “That page you open and you see our dogs, he goes, ‘That’s Pula, that’s Guy!’.

Take a glimpse at Meghan Markle’s interview in the clip below…

“Archie gets very excited to see his dogs and to see his chickens also.”

Getting up a picture of the toddler, Degeneres replied: “He’s so sweet with the chickens. I mean, Archie is such a gentle soul. He really is.”

After seeing the sweet snap, many fans took to social media and commented on how much the toddler looks like his dad, despite only the back of his head being shown.

One person said: “Baby Archie is a redhead like his father!”

Alongside heart emojis, another added: “He’s a ginger.”

“He has a lovely shade of red hair,” a third agreed.

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Meghan Markle shared a photo of her son, two-year-old Archie, in her surprise interview with Ellen Degeneres earlier this week. Credit: Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Previously, Prince Harry and Meghan have been accused of ‘trolling the world’ when it comes to Archie and Lilibet.

When it was their son’s second birthday, the couple shared a photo of him but shielded his face.

At the time, Omid Scobie said on his podcast: “This was, as I think we’ve come to experience from the Sussexes, a photo of Archie but not too clear.

“I think this is their way of trolling the world.”

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