Meghan Markle ‘nervous’ about Archie standing in his cot but loves how he blows kisses, claims friend

MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry may be self-isolating in Canada, but it has been the perfect time to spend quality time with baby Archie. 

Archie, who celebrates his first birthday in May, is said to be a “bundle of energy” and “stands in his cot blowing kisses”, according to an insider. 

A source told the Daily Mail: “Archie has now learned how to pull himself up while in the crib which Meghan said is cute, but can be a bit nerve-wracking.

“She [Meghan] also said Archie's new thing is blowing kisses, which is just absolutely adorable.”

The Duchess of Sussex, 38, is said to have added that her firstborn son is constantly babbling.

Royal fans were recently disappointed when Meghan and Prince Harry, 35, opted for a Mother’s Day post featuring different names for mums, instead of showing a new picture of little Archie. 

Meanwhile, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed off a heartwarming family picture of Princess Charlotte and Prince George having piggybacks at their Norfolk house. 

One of the last pictures of Archie was the young tot enjoying the Canadian countryside, during his Christmas break at their Vancouver £11million waterfront property, where they remain.  

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are said to be in regular contact with Prince Harry’s dad, Prince Charles, 71, who has tested positive for coronavirus. 

Clarence House confirmed the future king had been displaying mild symptoms but remains in "good health" after being diagnosed with the deadly bug on Monday night.

Camilla, 72, tested negative for the virus, with the couple now self-isolating at their home in Balmoral, Scotland.

Buckingham Palace has since confirmed the Queen remains in "good health" after heading to Windsor last Thursday with Prince Philip a week earlier than planned.

Prince William remains in Norfolk meaning the heirs to the throne are not in physical contact.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have taken to their Instagram account, Sussex Royal, to share their advice to stopping spread coronavirus.

Meghan and Harry shared the World Health Organisation's top tips for preventing the spread of coronavirus, including washing your hands often, avoiding touching your face, practising good respirartory hygeine, social distancing, seeking medical assistance for symptoms, and staying informed.

The source added that Meghan has been researching ways to help out during the crisis and told a friend that she is keen to foster a dog, although joked that “fostering meant keeping.”

The Duchess of Sussex has two rescue dogs, a beagle named Guy, who flew over to England with her when she married Prince Harry, and a Labrador-shepherd mix called Bogart, who was too old to make the journey across the pond. 

The couple have also added a black lab, who is thought to be called Oz, to their brood in late 2018. 

Last week they also encouraged people to text family or friends in self-isolation as it may save their life.

And Prince Harry said he was ‘sorry’ after coronavirus cancels Invictus Games but tells competitors ‘look each other’ in video message.

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