Alas, he would have brought reptiles, “crocodile” which became Archie’s first word in harmony with Harry, who told James Corden, “He’s put together three, four words. He’s already singing songs. “
The kid was also very experienced with breakfast, Harry explained, “Meg made a beautiful organic mix, made the waffle, flipped it, came out. She loved it. And now I have waffles for you. breakfast, a little yogurt, a little jam on top-I don’t know if that’s the right thing to do-a little berries maybe, a little honey, maybe some syrup.Archie wakes up in the morning, and he just goes , ‘Waffle?’ “
Overall, his son is “hysterical,” with “the most amazing personality,” the proud dad shared.
Last summer in a chat with Rugby Football League members, Harry mentions that he can’t find rugby balls the size of a child anywhere, but he definitely hopes his son will become a fan of the sport, which is especially popular in the UK and Australia. “So, I need him to play some Rugby League. I’m just unbelievably lucky and grateful to have an outside space and see that my son can be out because I know a lot of people are haven’t had that opportunity in the last five months. “
“Our little man is our no. 1 priority,” he says of rugby, “but our work after is the second priority, and we just do everything we can to try and do our part in trying. to make the world a better place. “