The first part of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's much talked about Netflix series is finally out in the wild, with the first three episodes being released on the streaming platform this morning.
Trailers released ahead of the launch today (8 December) were heavily scrutinised as many expected the former royals to discuss matters in the Royal Family.
While they did discuss life in the monarchy, there are yet to be any major bombshells dropped like the ones revealed in the infamous 2021 Oprah Winfrey interview.
But there is a more adorable thing that viewers are talking about when it comes to the Netflix series - and that is three-year-old Archie, who's American accent was heard for the first time.
Obviously, the young prince was born in the UK but moved to the US with his parents before he was even one.
As such, he sounds like an American lad, and that has been picked up by viewers.
Archie appears throughout the first three episodes, with one clip showing him and his dad walking in an area that appears to be near their home in California.
In this short clip, the three-year-old walks ahead of Harry and is heard singing Heigh-Ho from the Disney film Snow White.
Meanwhile, there is a clip of Harry and Archie back at home, where the former senior royal is watching over some hummingbirds.
With Meghan filming, Harry tells his son: "We won't get a chance to be this close to hummingbirds ever again," with Archie asking why.
The duo have a moment of silence as Harry asks his son to remain quiet so they can watch the wildlife.
But Archie has other ideas as he hilariously shouts: "I've got a dirty foot mama because I was with you!"
Trying her best not to laugh, Meghan says: "You've got a dirty foot, sweetheart. Papa is a birdwatcher so this is a really big moment for him."
Other instances include a lovely moment of Archie walking down a path with the family's black Labrador.
In that bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview last year, Meghan claimed there were 'concerns' raised by a member of the Royal Family about Archie's skin colour before he was born.
In the Netflix documentary, Prince Harry said he was proud that his children are mixed raced.
Speaking off camera, he said: "My son, my daughter, my children are mixed race and I'm really proud of that.
"When my kids grow up and they back look at this moment and they turn to me, they say, 'what did you do in this moment?' I want to be able to give them an answer."
The final three episodes of the documentary release on Netflix next Thursday (15 December), and we for one can't wait for more adorable Archie content.
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