Adorable moment Meghan Markle pictured comforting baby Archie during car ride

Meghan and Archie holding hands/Meghan and Archie composite

The series featured lots of sweet interactions between the mother and son

Holly Bishop

By Holly Bishop

Published: 22/08/2023

- 08:47

The mother and son were shown holding hands in a heartwarming clip

Meghan Markle has been pictured comforting baby Archie by holding his hand during a car journey.

The adorable moment was captured as part of Harry and Meghan’s Netflix docuseries, which was released in December 2022.

The toddler was in the car with his mother when the pair locked hands in a sweet clip.

Another tender instance between the two happened later in the series when Archie was captured running up a hill and when his mother tried to give him a hand, he powered uphill without her assistance.

Meghan and Archie

Another clip showed the pair having fun whilst Archie tried to run up a hill


Meghan can be seen gleefully looking at her son, giggling as she asked him, “Archie, are you having fun?”

Lilibet also featured heavily in the docuseries, with the toddler sharing equally sweet moments with her parents as her brother.

The 2-year-old’s first steps are shown in the series, as well as footage of her having a ride on her father’s shoulders.

Harry is set to have more Netflix screen time with his upcoming series, Heart of Invictus.

The streaming giant recently released a trailer for the show, which is centred around the Invictus Games, a sporting event where active servicemen and veterans compete.

The trailer for Heart of Invictus saw Harry speak about his experience of setting up the initiative and delved into his relationship with veterans.

Meghan was noticeably absent from the teaser, and it remains unclear if she will be missing from the show itself.

However, it has been confirmed that Meghan will be in attendance for the Invictus Games 2023, taking place in September in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Harry and Meghan

Meghan will join Harry at the Invictus Games


According to Royal expert Angela Levin, Meghan will deliver a speech to the wounded, injured and sick servicemen and women who will participate in the games.

A day before the games are due to kick off, a Royal gathering will be held in Balmoral to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Queen’s death.

The pair have not been officially invited even though they are scheduled to be in Europe at the same time.

King Charles and Queen Camilla will lead the tributes to the monarch’s mother on September 8 at Balmoral, where Her Majesty passed away.

“There hasn’t been any outreach to them”, a source commented.

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