From His Royal Highness to Mr. Mom... talk about a title change!
Sure, Prince Harry was over the moon when son Archie was born in May 2019. But these days, the proud papa is so gaga about life with his boy that he'd be perfectly pleased to see his wife, Meghan Markle, go back to work and leave the hands-on, day-to-day parenting to him.
Harry, 36, "is 100 percent involved" in raising Archie, shares a friend. "He is there for changing diapers, bath time and reading goodnight stories."
Though Harry and Meghan, 39, inked a megawatt, multi-year deal with Netflix last September to produce "inspirational" dramas, documentaries and children's programs, "all of their friends can absolutely see Meghan acting and producing while Harry stays at home being the primary caregiver," the pal says. "He's never been happier!"
"Some royals may look down on Harry's devotion to Archie, but he doesn't care," the friend added.
With another addition to their happy family, there is much more in story for the happy couple. The two recently shared the exciting news that they are expecting the arrival of a second child — and the news was revealed the same day that the late Princess Dianna revealed that she was pregnant with Harry in 1984.
The pregnancy news comes months after it was revealed that Meghan suffered a miscarriage last summer.
In a heartbreaking op-ed for The New York Times, the Suits alum wrote that she felt as if something wasn't right.
"I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with [Archie] in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm," she wrote, adding that she clutched Archie, knowing that she was losing her second child.
The royal family was also well aware that Meghan and Harry lost their unborn child in July and were quite supportive about it. According to Vanity Fair royal editor Katie Nicholl, Harry has been in constant touch with the royals and they know what the couple have been going through, and have been understanding through it all.