PRINCE Harry has revealed an adorable detail about his son Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's eldest, three, has a "squeaky voice", according to Harry.
The Prince made the revelation while chatting with winners of the 2022 WellChild Awards which celebrate kids living with serious illness.
During the ceremony over Zoom, Prince Harry met Henry Waines, four, who has serious health problems.
The Duke told the lad: "My name is Henry as well but everyone calls me Harry and I have no idea why."
Mum Shevonne jumped in, telling the Prince that her lad was in fact named after him after her and dad Paul discovered Henry is the Duke's real name.
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After a few excitable outbursts from the poorly young lad, Prince Harry said: "I tell you what, you sound just like my son Archie, the same little squeaky voice.
"I love it."
Little Henry then asked Harry how his kids were, with the Duke revealing Archie and Lilibet are doing "great".
He added that Archie is "very busy", while Lilibet, one, is "learning to use her voice".
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Archie was born at the The Portland Hospital in London on May 6, 2019.
He now lives with sister Lilibet, mum Meghan Markle, and dad in a £11 million 16-bed, nine-bath mansion in Montecito, California.
Among the other winners was seven-year-old Tony Hudgell.
Brave Tony had both his legs amputated after a twisted campaign of abuse by his evil parents that begun when he was just 41-days old.
In his chat with the youngster, Harry revealed his favourite flavour crisps were salt and vinegar.
Tony also showed the Duke a copy of a book written about him called Go Tony Go, which he plans to send to Harry in California.
“The good news is that my kids will be able to read your book,” Harry chimed.
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Tony – who raised a whopping £1.7 million for the Evelina London Children's Hospital that treated him – now lives with adoptive parents Paula and Mark in Kent.
Prince Harry was meant to present the awards in person on September 8 but pulled out after travelling to Scotland to visit the dying Queen.
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