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Prince Harry reveals how Meghan Markle is coping as a new mum

15 May 2019

Paying tribute to his newborn son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the prince joked that he'll now have plenty to read during his next nighttime feeding.

A source confirmed to Radar that the possibility of Meghan and Prince Harry temporarily moving to Africa is very real - but the new mom is insisting she will not go!

Prince Harry was in Oxford today, visiting Oxford Children's Hospital, spending time with parents and kids with cancer and also the OXSRAD Disability Sports and Leisure Centre.

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Royal expert Richard Fitzwilliam told The Sun's Fabulous Digital that as Harry and Meghan "are rewriting the total rule book", it wouldn't be easy to predict when the new parents may share another photo of him. "They'd be back in the public eye and she doesn't want that".

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have met their new nephew Archie for the first time.

Middleton and Prince William showed their love for baby Archie from afar last week. The couple have just returned from an official visit to Germany that took place just after Archie's birth.

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Today, the Duke of Sussex, 34, visited a community center in Oxford, England, where he received a stack of posters and cards made by students from Bayards Hill Primary School. Amy was holding her ten-week-old daughter, and the pair immediately struck up a conversation about baby Archie. The mother and son appear to be outside over a bed of tiny blue flowers, which have been identified as forget-me-nots, aka Princess Diana's favorite flower. "It's been a very happy and special week for them all".

"Meghan is insisting they stay and is putting her foot down", said the insider.

"We couldn't be more delighted at the news, and we're looking forward to meeting the baby when we return", he said. William said he had "plenty of advice" to offer his brother and sister-in-law, and then continued: "I wish him all the best and I hope [in] the next few days they can settle down and enjoy having a newborn in their family and all the joys that come with that".

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Prince Harry reveals how Meghan Markle is coping as a new mum