Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Marked Their Son Archie’s First Birthday

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan to celebrate birthday boy Archie. Mountbatten-Windsor turning one today with a smash cake and Zoom chats with friends and family. Earlier today Archie showed off his first teeth as he smiled at his father behind the camera. While mother Meghan read him the children’s book Duck! Rabbit! in a sweet video shared with the Save the Children Instagram account.
The sweet clip filmed last weekend in California met with great excitement from royal fans. Who noted how much Archie looked like Harry at the same age.
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The family is currently living in a Malibu mansion with their son. Has officially stepped back from royal duties at the end of March and said to have opted for a low-key affair for the milestone while on lockdown. The smash cake has been huge in the US for several years and has now taken off in the UK. With celebrities adopting the messy trend. Coleen Rooney celebrated her son Cass’s second birthday with a professional cake smash photo session. That she uploaded to her Instagram account earlier this year.

 
It involves letting a one-year-old loose with a giant cake, usually while pictured by a professional photographer. Creating some cheeky and adorable shots, their mothers and fathers can treasure forever.
 
Babies playing with food can lead to a big mess. This is why the trend has now moved on to include the little ones having a bath after they have smashed a cake. Royal expert Kate Nicholl before claimed Harry and Meghan planned to treat Archie to an organic, sugar-free cake. Followed by a splash around in their pool and a video call with the Cambridge children as part of his birthday celebrations. The duchess would be keen to whip up a birthday cake for her little-one, adding that she loves being creative in the kitchen. But far from a sweet and sugary treat for Archie. The royal expert said it would likely be organic possibly sugar-free and suitably healthy for the family.

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