MEGHAN Markle is seen kissing baby Archie as he’s cradled by Prince Harry in a touching clip for a new TV documentary about their royal tour.
The touching clip has been released as part of a new documentary trailer[/caption]
Harry smiled at the camera during the intimate family moment which will be aired in full on Sunday night.
Seconds later he said “let’s go” as the family went to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
The ITV documentary, Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, will air at 9pm and presenter Tom Brady said it will reveal the “pride and happiness” alongside the “pressure and pain” of being a royal.
Mr Bradby said: “The story of their time in Africa was of passion for their work, pride and happiness, but also a world a pressure and pain behind the brave faces.”
It comes after a royal expert claimed Meghan and Harry are desperate for Archie to have a “normal” upbringing away from the spotlight.
She said: “I’ve been reading [biographer] Angela Levin, she spent a lot of time with him, I think nearly a year on royal tours and in interviews.
“He very much feels that he’s down that hierarchy from William, it should afford him the kind of life that Zara and Peter Phillips enjoyed.
“He’s looked at his cousins all these years and thought how smart it was that Princess Anne didn’t give her children titles.
“They’ve been allowed to grow up fairly normally, both Zara and Peter, and then their children, Mia and her little sister Lena, and Peter’s children, are just not in the limelight.
“I think that’s what he desperately wants for Archie.”
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When Archie was born, Prince Harry and Meghan rejected him from having a title like cousins Princess Charlotte, Prince George and Prince Louis.
Instead, he will simply be known as ‘Master Archie’ after Meghan and Harry decided not to give him one of the Duke of Sussex’s lesser titles, the Earl of Dumbarton.
This is a signal the couple want their child to be a “private citizen”.