The adorable photo of Archie spotted in Prince Charles' study room
This is adorable.
By New Idea
April 04 2020
An adorable photo of what appears to be baby Archie Harrison has been spotted in Prince Charles' study room.
The Prince of Wales gave an update on his health since recovering from coronavirus earlier this week.
WATCH: Prince Charles shares a message on the coronavirus pandemic
Spotted in the background is what some are claiming is a photo of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor.
The snap shows a baby sporting a white sun hat and a white t-shirt with navy blue piping.
The Daily Mail reports that that 71-year-old saw Archie before Christmas so it's likely the unframed photo is from their family gathering.
Charles shared the four-minute video earlier this week where he praised the UK's healthcare workers while addressing the effect of the virus on the nation.
“Having recently gone through the process of contracting this coronavirus, luckily with relatively mild symptoms, I now find myself on the other side of the illness, but still in no less a state of social distance and general isolation,” Charles began.
“As we are all learning, this is a strange, frustrating and often distressing experience when the presence of family and friends is no longer possible, and the normal structures of life are suddenly removed.
“At such an unprecedented and anxious time in all our lives, my wife and I are thinking particularly of all of those who have lost their loved ones in such very difficult and abnormal circumstances, and of those having to endure sickness, isolation and loneliness,” he added.
“As patron of Age UK, and my wife the patron of SilverLine, our hearts go out to all those older people throughout this country who are now experiencing great difficulty,” he said.
The royal then gave special praise to the nation’s healthcare workers and volunteers who are working on the front line and caring for those affected by the deadly virus.
“At a time when doctors, nurses and all the vital ancillary staff that form the backbone of our remarkable NHS are increasingly under such enormous strain, and risk, as they battle heroically to save lives in intensive care centres and to contain, as much as possible, the spread of this virus, our thoughts and prayers are very much with those marvellous people whose extraordinary skills and utter, selfless devotion to duty and the care of their patients make us so very proud."
“Indeed, it has been so wonderful to see just how many across the UK have signed up in their hundreds of thousands to be NHS volunteers, offering their help to do whatever they can to provide support to those on the front line,” Charles said.
Charles wrapped up his speech by urging people to take care of one another while remaining optimistic until the coronavirus pandemic is brought under control.
“None of us can say when this will end but end it will. Until it does, let us all try and live with hope and, with faith in ourselves and each other, look forward to better times to come,” he said.
Originally published on New Idea.