Prince Harry and Meghan Markle find this one thing pretty difficult to get for their son Archie. Read to find out.

Prince Harry and wife Meghan Markle had shifted to the US after quitting the royal duties earlier this year. The couple shifted to a mansion in Santa Barbara which is a 14.7 million worth of mansion. The couple is finding their way to settle into the US and growing their baby Archie as well. Recently in a Zoom video call, Prince Harry reveals the one thing that he just is not been able to get for his son Archie. Read the whole article to know what that is and what was the video call about.

Let us have a look at this video from the quarantining period of the Royal family in the US and how the couple enjoyed their time with their baby-

Zoom call with Rugby community: Prince Harry is passionate and affectionate about the game of Rugby and this is well known to all. Recently, on the 125th anniversary of the Rugby league, the Rugby community held a ZOOM call which features Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as the guests. On the Zoom video call that was published a few days back, Prince Charles mentioned about how he has been enjoying quarantine with his little baby Archie. However, he reports that he can not get a rugby ball for his son Archie.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s grand mansion in the US has an expansive land to be able to spend leisure time in. Prince Harry says he is grateful for having such facilities as he is aware of the fact that many people do not get this fortune. But he wants his son Archie to know the game and introduce him to the play on the field. He also marked on the Zoom call that he will be coming back to Britain to attend the Rugby league Worldcup which is due next year.

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Prince Harry also mentioned that he has been having a great time away from royal duties but also misses the sport and his home back in the UK. He assures to return to the UK for some time once the travel restrictions are lifted. He hopes for everyone to stay safe and healthy.

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