PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle will have a video call with the Queen tomorrow to mark Archie’s second birthday, an expert says.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are celebrating the milestone from their home in California as they await the arrival of their second child.
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But Her Majesty, 95, may still be able to join in the party on a video chat with her great-great grandson.
Royal author Ingrid Seward told Entertainment Daily: “I am sure they will be in touch with the Queen so they can do a zoom call with her and Archie.
“It will be very important to them that Archie knows his royal great granny back in the UK.”
It is not clear how Harry and Meghan will mark Archie’s special day tomorrow.
Last year they shared a video of Meghan reading from his favourite book Duck! Rabbit! to support Save the Children.
Archie – looking the spitting image of his red-headed dad – could be seen giggling as he helped turn the pages while Harry quacked in the background.
As Meghan finished up the book, she cuddled and kissed her son’s head as Harry cheered “the end”.
Happy Archie then looks at his dad grinning as he chews on the corner of the book – babbling “dada”.
The young royal also received touching messages to celebrate the day from his family in the UK.
His aunt Kate Middleton and uncle Prince William wished Archie a “very happy first birthday” along with a photo from his christening.
While grandparents Prince Charles and Camilla a photo of Prince Harry cradling Archie at his christening as his dad looked on.
Archie has experienced an eventful two years since he was born at London’s Portland Hospital on May 6 2019 at 5.26am, weighing 7lb 3oz.
He first lived in a cottage in the grounds of Windsor Castle, then an exclusive home on Vancouver Island in Canada.
After his parents officially stepped down as senior royals, the tot moved into a mansion in California with his family.
He received his biggest exposure when the Sussexes took their son on his first royal tour, visiting South Africa in 2019 when he was four months old.
And now Archie is now preparing for his role as a big brother – with Meghan due to give birth to a baby girl in the summer.
It comes as his mum announced she was releasing a children’s book called The Bench inspired by Harry’s relationship with Archie.