Published: Sun, June 16, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Prince Harry tells Meghan to 'turn around' and face the crowd

Prince Harry tells Meghan to 'turn around' and face the crowd

Sunday is Prince Harry's first Father's Day as a parent, and he's letting the whole world know.

Archie was born at The Portland Hospital in London on Monday, May 6.

It was a very special Father's Day for Prince Harry as he celebrated the day with his first and newborn child baby Archie.

In the latest picture Harry's wedding ring can be seen as he cradles his son who holds on to his father's finger.

The Instagram post was captioned, simply: "Happy Father's Day!".

On American Mother's Day back in May, the couple shared their first social media snap of their little one. We honor and celebrate each and every one of you.

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One was a photograph taken last month of Prince William playing with his third child, Prince Louis, in a garden his wife, the Duchess of Cambridge, had helped design for the Chelsea Flower Show.

On Monday, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan sent their well-wishes to Harry's grandfather on his 98th birthday, affectionately referring to the Duke of Edinburgh as "grandpa".

Smitten Harry introduced Archie to the world alongside proud mother Meghan when the newest addition to the Royal Family was just two days old.

The picture carried the message: "To Dads everywhere, have a wonderful Father's Day".

Meghan said of her husband and her son: "It's magic, it's pretty wonderful". "He seems to be really, really happy so I'm very happy and excited for him", Figueras told People at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic earlier this month.

And Prince Harry added that parenting is "amazing", saying: "We're just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy".

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