Prince Charles left ‘delighted’ after baby Archie calls him ‘pa’ in zoom call

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Prince Charles was reportedly left "delighted" after baby Archie called him "pa" during a recent zoom call.

The Prince of Wales dialled in for the video call with Archie and parents Prince Harry, his son, and the Duke of Sussex's wife Meghan Markle.

The call was a means to celebrate Harry's 36th birthday earlier this month.

Harry reportedly blew out candles after Meghan had baked for him from their home in Santa Barbara, California.

But it was Archie who apparently stole the heart of the heir.

A source told The Sun: "It was very pleasant. Harry told the family how much he missed them.

“Meghan baked a cake and Harry blew out candles. Archie made them laugh when he also blew them out.”

Archie then called Charles "pa", it is claimed.

It is reported that Archie has begun to use words such as "Dada", "Mama", "book" and "dog".

It was Harry's first birthday since he and Meghan's dramatic decision to step down as senior royals at the start of this year.

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They initially moved to Los Angeles via Canada before eventually settling in Santa Barbara.

Harry also turned the same age that his mum, Princess Diana, was when she died in a car crash in Paris in 1997.

Royal commentator, Richard Fitzwilliams, told Daily Star Online she would undoubtedly be in his thoughts.

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He said: "It is indeed tragic, obviously it's sad that the particular ages coincide, so obviously it is likely that in any such celebration or milestone, that she will be in his thoughts as she always I think has been.

"My feeling is, as I'm sure in all his birthdays, his thoughts will have been with his late mother, there is no doubt about that.

"Indeed it is the first he will be in the US and that obviously it's a completely new career, it's very different from past years.

"Bearing in mind the turbulent last year it has been for them and the royal family with them stepping down, something no one would predicted a couple of year ago, I think that certainly the way they are viewing things at the moment, they will view it in an extremely positive light.

"Especially after this Netflix deal which has undoubtedly enabled them, as we know from statements, they will be financially self sufficient.

"I think he will think that's a huge plus, the fact they are following in the footsteps of the Obamas.

"Obviously he will be frustrated the pandemic has led them to postpone the launch of Archewell."

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