A lip-reading expert has revealed details about the sweet words Prince Harry whispered to Meghan just before the pair introduced baby Archie to the world.
Speaking to The Sun, Tina Lannin said the Duke gently told his wife to 'turn around' to face the waiting media, commenting that his newborn son is 'so quiet'.
As he cradled his baby son, Harry turned to Meghan as they walked towards media at St George’s Hall at Windsor Castle and said: 'Here we go.'
When the Duke and Duchess of Sussex introduced their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, they gushed about his 'sweet temperament'.
'He has the sweetest temperament,' Meghan told reporters. 'He's really calm. He's just been a dream, so it's been a special couple of days.'
Meghan also smiled and said she had the 'best two guys in the world'.
And it seems Prince Harry has already taken a shining to fatherhood, joking to the media: 'I don't know where he gets that from'.
Baby Archie was born on Monday, May 6 and weighed 7lbs 3oz.
He may not be bequeathed a royal title, with reports claiming he may simply be known as 'Master Archie'.