Prince Archie, four, and Princess Lilibet, two, did not join their parents in Germany and remained at the family’s home in Montecito, California.
While the youngsters are rarely pictured in public, Prince Harry and Meghan shared unseen photographs and video footage of Archie and Lilibet in their Netflix docuseries, which first aired back in December.
Little Archie has inherited his dad’s red locks and looks just like Harry at the same age, as pictures from the archives have shown.
The documentary also showed footage of Archie and his little sister Lilibet’s last trip to the UK during the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations last June.
The visit coincided with Lilibet’s first birthday and Harry and Meghan celebrated their little girl’s special day with a tea party at their UK abode, Frogmore Cottage.
The couple officially vacated their Windsor home earlier this summer in a move sanctioned by King Charles. Archie spent the first few months of his life at Frogmore Cottage, with Harry and Meghan moving temporarily to Canada before buying their family home in Montecito in 2020.
The couple welcomed their daughter Lilibet Diana on 4 June 2021 at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.
Earlier this year, the Sussexes confirmed their decision to use their children’s royal titles following Charles’s accession to the throne. The news came as Harry and Meghan announced that Lilibet had been christened at their California home.
While the royal family did not attend the ceremony, Harry’s maternal aunts, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Lady Jane Fellowes, were among the guests.