The Queen Figured Something Very Noticeable During Zoom Call With Great Grandson Archie
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor turned two years old on Thursday, as we mentioned earlier this week. The son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle had a Zoom call with Queen Elizabeth on that day to commemorate the occasion.
Archie had a loud and distinct American accent during this Zoom call, according to reports.
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According to sources loyal to the royal family, the Queen has noted that Archie “speaks with a distinct American accent.”
The publication announced that the Queen signed on to wish her great-grandson, Archie, a happy birthday when he turned two earlier this week.
Days before Archie’s birthday, royal expert Katie Nicholl told Okay! Magazine about Archie’s plans, revealing that a Zoom call with her majesty was in the works.
“Now that the lockdown is over and the sun is shining in California, I’m sure they’ll have a lovely party at home…
“Harry will make a big deal out of Archie,” Nicholl predicted, adding that Archie’s cousins will most likely communicate with him through Zoom calls for the near future. This is unsurprising given that Archie lives in California with his parents and the rest of the royals are in the United Kingdom.
She said, “[Harry] always wanted his children to grow up near William and Kate’s.” “Unfortunately, Archie’s chances are dwindling.”
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry asked for donations in celebration of Archie’s birthday.
In a statement posted to the Archewell website, they said, “We have been profoundly touched over the past two years to feel the love and support for our family in celebration of Archie’s birthday.” “Many of you donate to causes in his name and commemorate the day by giving back or doing a service—all out of the goodness of your hearts. You continue to collect funds for those in need in an organic and selfless manner. We are eternally grateful.”
“Our planet is only recovering from COVID-19 this year,” says the UN. “However, far too many families are still dealing with the consequences of this pandemic,” Meghan and Harry said. “While some countries are on the verge of recovery, communities continue to struggle in many parts of the world. As of today, approximately 80% of the nearly one billion COVID-19 vaccine shots have been administered in wealthy nations. While we may believe that normalcy is on the horizon, we must keep in mind that vaccine distribution has yet to begin in much of the world, especially in developing countries.”