Fans can hold but gush over the reflection of Prince Harry rocking Archie while Meghan grants interview (video)

Fans can hold but gush over the reflection of Prince Harry rocking Archie while Meghan grants interview (video)

The documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey, aired last night but fans were especially moved by one scene which shows Harry cradling and rocking baby Archie in the background while Meghan granted an interview.

The documentary offers a breakdown into Harry and Meghan’s royal tour of Africa.

In the footage, Meghan, 38, is seen chatting with Tom Bradby as she discusses how successful the first two days of their trip have been so far. She hailed the “optimism” in the country, as she and Harry took five-month-old Archie to meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

During Meghan’s interview, fans were distracted by a beautiful sight. They saw a reflection of Prince Harry, 34, and their 5-month-old son in the background of Meghan’s interview.

Harry is seen cradling his son and rocking him from side to side in candid footage, where he thinks no one can see him.

Viewers rushed to their Twitter handle to tweet about the sweet father-son moment. They referred to it as the “favourite” part of the hour-long documentary.

On Twitter user wrote: “My favourite part of Harry & Meghan: An African Journey. Reflection of Harry cuddling Archie.”

Another tweeted: “Meghan is saying something important but I can’t keep my eyes off the duo in the left side corner….. Harry and Archie.”

Fans can hold but gush over the reflection of Prince Harry rocking Archie while Meghan grants interview (video)
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