Prince Harry is taking a page out of sister-in-law Kate Middleton’s photography book. The Duke of Sussex just stepped behind the camera to film a video for his son Archie’s first birthday.
We reported earlier today that Meghan Markle and Harry shared a clip taken for Save the Children U.K.'s #SaveWithStories campaign, featuring the duchess reading the children's book Duck! Rabbit! to her one-year-old as he sits on her lap. Well, as it turns out, Harry himself actually recorded the video on his own, according to the organization.
And this absolutely makes sense. First of all, if you watch the video in its entirety (we have at least 10 times already), you can actually hear the duke’s voice in the background. Meghan also makes eye contact with her husband a handful of times throughout the three minutes. Not to mention, the trio is currently self-isolating at their new residence in Los Angeles, California. So, it's highly unlikely they would bring a team in to shoot the footage (social distancing, people).
We usually think of the Duchess of Cambridge, who moonlights as the go-to family photographer, when it comes to royals with camera skills. However, it looks like her brother-in-law might just have a knack for this kind of thing as well.
Harry, if you’re reading this, please keep the home videos coming.