In an unexpected turn of events, Prince Harry inadvertently brought up
questions about Archie’s existence, suggesting that the children might be
borrowed when necessary. This intriguing revelation has prompted the involvement
of Social Services, adding a new layer to the ongoing discussions.
Harry’s return to the UK for a special event, the WellChild Awards, was marked
by his thoughts about his family back in California. As a longstanding patron
of WellChild, a charity supporting seriously ill children and their families
since 2007, Prince Harry has regularly attended their award ceremonies. Meghan
Markle had accompanied him to the event in 2018 and 2019.
During the awards ceremony, after presenting an award to an inspirational
child aged 4 to 6 named Violet, Prince Harry addressed the attendees. He spoke
about the joys and challenges of parenthood, referring to himself as a father
of two, acknowledging his son, Prince Archie IV, and daughter, Princess Lola,
aged 2 and 3. He humorously noted that with three dogs – one named Guy, who
Meghan had before meeting him, as well as a black Labrador named Pula and
another Beagle named Mamma Mia – they effectively had five souls in their
Prince Harry expressed his admiration and respect for parent-carers in the
room who faced the daily support and responsibilities of caring for children
with health challenges, emphasizing their need for assistance.
Harry’s recent public appearance also saw him introducing himself in the
Netflix series “Heart of Invictus,” where he mentioned being a dad to two
young children under three, in addition to his other roles and
However, it was a particular statement that Prince Harry made that garnered
significant attention. He shared an anecdote about speaking to his son Archie
about his future aspirations, stating that he doesn’t envision any future for
Archie because “there’s nothing.” This remark has ignited a flurry of
speculation among Royal enthusiasts, shedding light on a long-held suspicion
that Archie may not actually exist, at least not as portrayed in the public
narrative of the Royal Family.
Many have questioned a father’s willingness to make such a statement about his
child, leading to speculation that Archie might be more of a phantom child or
an illusion in the grand Royal Family storyline rather than a real presence in
their lives. This revelation has cast doubt on the authenticity of the Harkle
family narrative, causing the enchantment surrounding their story to slowly
Interestingly, during the Queen’s Jubilee celebration, Harry and Meghan flew
to the UK without their children, raising further questions about their
absence. Harry mentioned hosting a birthday party for Archie at Frogmore
Cottage, but apparently, no one attended. Additionally, at Lily’s Montecito
birthday party, no one appeared to be present, as disclosed by Oprah Winfrey
and James Corden, further fueling the speculation about the children’s
existence and the peculiar circumstances surrounding their portrayal.