Meghan MarkleandPrince Harryswapped life in the UK to go across the pond where they’re raising their two children.
Meghan, 41, and Harry, 38, are marking a new chapter in their children’s lives with three year old Archie growing up and starting pre-school full time.
Meghan recently gave an in-depth interview with The Cutfor The New York Times, during which she took journalist Allison P. Davis, with her to collect Archie from his school and the writer documented the pair’s relationship.
During the visit, she documented the adorable moment, Archie, saw his mom at the gates and his reaction was so sweet.
Allison wrote: "He’s so excited to see her, repeating 'Momma, Momma, Momma' in his little voice, as he runs toward her that he leaves his lunchbox behind on the ground. She scoops him up in a big hug so full of genuine emotion that both close their eyes."
Meghan wasn’t the only one to receive a big greeting as Allison also noted Archie’s adorable reaction to seeing his dad.
"We pull up to the house, and Archie leaps out," the article read. "Harry is ending a phone call as Archie throws himself around his legs."
The royal pair are also parents to one year old Lilibet and during a recent event,Harry gave an update on their youngest.
Harry discussed how his children Archie and Lilibet are doing as he appeared on a video call with the winners of this year'sWellChildAwards as he said: “Archie is very, very busy and Lili is learning to use her voice which is great."
Both Harry and Meghan were in the UK for the Queen’s funeral last month, however it'sunclear if they’ll be bac k next year to see Charles crowned as Kingdue to a clash in dates.
Archie will turn four on Saturday 6 May next year, which is the same daywhen the King will be crownedalongside Queen Consort Camilla and amid great pageantry in Westminster Abbey.
It’s not been clear if the Sussexes have been invited and even if they do receive an invitation to the King's coronation it's unclear whether they will choose to attend since it will be their eldest child’s birthday.
Charles’ accession to the throne means Archie and his younger sister Lilibet could now become a Prince and Princess.
Harry has faced difficult times in his relationship with his father, the King telling US talk show hostOprah Winfreyhe felt “really let down” by Charles.
He revealed that his father had stopped taking his calls in the run up to the Megxit crisis, and how there was a "lot of hurt."
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