Baby Archie is quickly becoming a fashion influencer—just like his mother, the Duchess of Sussex. During today's visit with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Meghan and Harry's son was photographed wearing a sweet striped overalls, paired with a long-sleeved white shirt, and white socks.
The Daily Mail's Caroline Parr quickly identified the dungarees as being from H&M.; The affordable $20 outfit also comes with its own bodysuit, but Harry and Meghan opted for a different shirt.
But the "Archie effect" is real, and the outfit has already sold out just a few minutes after details were shared on Twitter. However, you can get these similar $25 overalls from H&M; for babies and young children (between nine months and four years old):
During the private visit, Harry and Meghan opened up about their 4-month-old son, with Meghan sharing that he's an "old soul" while chatting with the Archbishop and his daughter Thandeka.
In the clip below, Prince Harry also reveals that his son is already "wanting to stand."
Tutu gave the Sussexes a basket of gifts in honor of their visit, which included hand-made beaded bracelets, portable lap desks from the TuTu Desk Campaign, which provides desks to underprivileged children, and a number of children's books: Desmond and the Very Mean Word, and Children's Bible Stories, both written by the Archbishop; a songbook celebrating the work of Patricia Schonstein; and a copy of The Book of Joy signed both by the Archbishop and the Dalai Lama.
He also included a pair of framed photographs of Princess Diana meeting Nelson Mandela in 1997. One is for Harry and the other for Prince William.
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