Archie Reportedly Had a "Distinct American Accent" on His Birthday Zoom Call with the Queen
Earlier this week, on May 6, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor celebrated his second birthday.
Archie was reportedly linked to several members of the royal family, including his uncle and aunt, Prince William and Kate Middleton, his cousins, Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 6 and Prince Louis, 3, and his great-grandmother, the Queen, about zoom on his birthday.
Royal sources said Archie "speaks with a distinct American accent" during his video chat with the Queen.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor is apparently becoming an All-American child.
According to a report by The Mirror, sources close to the Royal Family say Archie, who celebrated his second birthday earlier this week on May 6, "speaks with a distinct American accent."
The UK publication also reported that Archie displays this "distinct American accent" when speaking to his great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen and Archie reportedly bonded in one of their digital heart-to-heart relationships on Archie's second birthday.
"The Queen is believed to have signed up to wish her great-grandson Archie a happy birthday when he turned two earlier this week," wrote the Mirror.
This reflects what royal expert and author Katie Nicholl recently commented on Okay! Magazine of Archie's birthday plans.
"Lockdown is rising and the California sun is shining - I'm sure they'll have a nice party at home ... Harry is really going to make Archie a fuss," Nicholl explained, adding that Archie was expected to be one has zoom call with Prince William, Kate Middleton and his cousins Prince George (7), Princess Charlotte (6) and Prince Louis (3) in addition to his conversation with the Queen.
Nicholl went on to explain that Zoom calls are likely to be the primary link between Archie and his cousins for the foreseeable future. This is not surprising, of course, as the Sussexes seem very happy in their new California home and seem to have no plans to return to the UK anytime soon.
"[Harry] always wanted his children to grow up around William and Kate," she said. "Unfortunately, it's getting less and less likely for Archie."
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