Harry, Meghan & Archie Didn’t Forget Queen Elizabeth’s Birthday After All—They Joined Her for a Special Video Chat
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and baby Archie might be living in Los Angeles, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s birthday.
ICYMI: Her Majesty turned 94 years old on Tuesday. And while she usually celebrates her birthday with family, this year, there was little fanfare. Instead, the monarch spent it privately at Windsor Castle, where she is currently self-isolating with her husband, Prince Philip.
However, according to Town & Country magazine, a representative for the couple confirmed that Harry, Meghan, and 10-month-old Archie all participated in a video call with the monarch.
And we’re not super surprised considering last week, Kate Middleton and Prince William revealed that they have been using video chats to stay in touch with the rest of their family. “We’ve been talking to all the family online. And it’s been a really good way of keeping in touch and seeing each other,” said William.
The Sussex gang wasn’t the only one sending their birthday wishes to Elizabeth. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also posted a picture with Her Majesty on their official Instagram account, Kensington Royal. They captioned the ’gram, “Wishing Her Majesty The Queen a very happy 94th birthday today!”
Prince Charles, on the other hand, celebrated his mother’s big day with a walk down memory lane and shared two rare mother-son pictures followed by two recent snaps on the official Clarence House Twitter account.
Even though it was Queen E’s birthday, we’re confident baby Archie stole the Zoom show.
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