Even though he’s only one year old, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor has already mastered his royal smile. The birthday boy showed us his baby teeth for the first time ever in a new video shared by his parents.
Early Wednesday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex surprised us with a clip taken for Save the Children U.K.'s #SaveWithStories campaign. The video features the duchess reading the children's book Duck! Rabbit! to Archie as he smiles and helps turn the pages.
And would you look at those pearly whites? We’re specifically focusing our attention on those adorable bottom teeth. The chompers are no surprise, considering Markle actually revealed that he’d hit the milestone back in November during a royal engagement for Remembrance Day. According to People, when speaking to one little girl, Meghan announced the big news, “Look at all your little teeth! Archie’s just got two teeth. Two tiny ones right there,” she said while pointing to her bottom lip.
However, this is the first time we’re seeing them for ourselves (yeah, it's kind of a big deal). We also couldn’t help but notice the resemblance between the toddler and his father. Aside from the reddish hair, Archie also seems to have acquired Harry’s smile and rotund cheeks. Not to mention, similarities in the shapes of their eyes and noses are pretty unmistakable.
We can't wait to see what milestone Meghan and Harry share with us next.