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Archie’s getting a number of of the love, in the upcoming documentary called “the Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.”
In a promo for the documentary, which is set to air on Sunday on the UK’s ITV network and was produced by Entertainment Tonight, Meghan Markle, and Prince Harry have been seen in the adoption of their son, while their 10-day tour of Africa.
The record shows that Harry is 35, and the love of the Image, while Markle, 38, and plant a kiss on the top of his head.
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The trailer also features a photo of Archbishop Desmond Tutu, a meeting to Archie, who was four months old at the time of the tour.
Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, Meghan, Countess of Sussex, and their son, Archie, Mountbatten-Windsor, to meet with Archbishop Desmond Tutu at the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, during their royal tour of South Africa. (Photo by Pool /Samir Hussein/WireImage)
In the documentary, it is mentioned that it is also the address for Meghan and Harry’s tumultuous relationship with the British tabloids.
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On October 1, the Sussexes, revealed they would be taking legal action against the Mail on Sunday newspaper — and its parent company, Associated Newspapers, — that is, claiming that “the more intrusive, and wrongful publication of a private letter, written by the” Markle. Although it is not the name of a specific letter, The Guardian reported that the Mail on Sunday published a letter written by the Markle to his father.
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Harry is also condemned in the British tabloid press for the implementation of a “relentless campaign” by Markle “, that has been terminated in the past year, in the course of her pregnancy, and while raising Archie.
At the time, a spokesman for the Mail on Sunday, told Entertainment Tonight: “The Mail on Sunday stands by the story published, and will be defending this case vigorously. We can categorically deny that the Duchess’s letter was edited in a way that changed its meaning.”