The video features Pooh carrying a special royal delivery: a storybook. He travels through the One Hundred Acre Wood until he arrives at Windsor Castle. Inside, he joins the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in the nursery, where they read the fairy tale alongside a crib labeled “Archie.”
The clip is a hand-drawn watercolor animation by Disney’s Senior Principal Artist, Kim Raymond, and it will likely hold a special place in the couple’s heart. Not only is Prince Harry a longtime Pooh fan, but Markle also gave her nephew, Prince Louis, a rare first-edition book from A.A. Milne, who is the author of Winnie-the-Pooh, in honor of his christening last year.
The personalized animation isn’t the only gift little Archie has received. Oprah previously revealed that she picked out a gift for Baby Sussex long before she knew the gender.
“I have a standard gift that I do for people that I really care about,” she said. “So, I don’t know the baby’s name or the baby’s gender, but this baby will have enough books to last a lifetime.”
We can only assume it’s similar to the present she gave to Mindy Kaling’s daughter, Katherine, which included a hand-carved castle-shaped bookcase filled with more than a hundred children’s literature classics, each personalized with a “Katherine’s Book Club” label.
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