Duke of Sussex says ‘Grandma Diana’ among Archie’s first words Brighton News

THE Duke of Sussex said one of his son’s first words was ‘grandmother’ – as he spoke of his sadness that his mother was not there to watch him become a father.

Speaking in the fifth episode of Apple TV’s The Me You Can’t See, his mental health documentary series starring Oprah Winfrey, Harry said he was “really sad” that Diana, the Princess of Wales didn’t. couldn’t be there for Archie.

Harry said Archie learned the word “grandma” from a photo of Diana in the nursery at their home in Los Angeles.

The series showed new footage of Harry playing with his toddler son on a beach and on swings.

Another clip saw Meghan and Archie reading a book together and laughing.

Harry said, “We have a beautiful little boy who keeps us busy, who makes us run around.

“He makes us laugh every day, which is great.

Princess Diana died in 1997

Princess Diana died in 1997

“We have two dogs and another little girl on the way, I never dreamed of that.”

Harry said he had “no doubt” that his mother Diana would be “incredibly proud” of him, to live the life she wanted.

He was only 12 when she died in August 1997 in a car accident in Paris.

Harry went on to say: ‘I wish she could have met Meghan, I wish she had been there for Archie.

“I had a picture in his nursery and that was one of the first words he said, besides ‘mum’, ‘dad’ was then ‘grandmother’, grandmother Diana.

“It’s the sweetest thing, but at the same time, it makes me really sad because she should be here.”

The documentary series focuses on mental illness to engage viewers in having an honest conversation about the challenges people face.

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