She additionally made the solo sprint (Prince Harry and Archie stayed house at Frogmore Cottage) by the utilization of a industrial flight in preference to a non-public airplane, which comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were criticized for his or her use of 4 non-public jet flights in 11 days on their family holidays to Ibiza and Optimistic.
In a segment featured in her eponymous United States chat show, uploaded to YouTube on Monday, the 61-year-old talked of a recent visit to London that included a visit to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's house in Windsor.
After royal fans delighted in the news that they'll soon catch another glimpse of baby Archie Harrison, TV host Ellen DeGeneres has revealed that she met up with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over the summer. She also asked the audience if they wanted to see a picture, but then she revealed that she didn't have one because she didn't think it was appropriate to ask.
Ellen DeGeneres recalls meeting baby Archie with Harry and Meghan
The say that Meghan didn't go from "rags to riches" as she had a private school education.
However, she added: "But I did draw a picture of what he looks like".
"I mean I can't tell you how sweet they are", Ellen gushed on her show this week, before revealing she was able to feed the little royal.More news: Curtin research reveals tsunami followed dinosaur-killing asteroid
Prince Harry stayed behind in the United Kingdom to look after their son Archie. She says they took a walk through the red light district, but found out it wasn't the area where they make traffic lights like she thought.
In another video, DeGeneres said that they are awesome and are the cutest couple and also down-to-earth.
Harry also talked about his favorite Invictus Games moment, a United Kingdom victory over the U.S.in wheelchair basketball during the first event, and what he's proud of most.More news: More than 100 Australian bushfires ‘omen’ of severe summer fire season
The Royal couple will begin an official visit to southern Africa on Monday, September 23 which will run through to Wednesday, October 2, they announced Saturday in an official statement. "They're just two of the most down to Earth, compassionate people, they're doing so much good for the world".
The segment, which opened with hosts Nick, Jess and Simon commenting on the abundance of negative Meghan Markle stories online, saying "people just love to attack her", featured seven minutes of Hopkins spouting similar negativity to her widely-criticised 60 Minutes appearance. "So we're all going to do something together".More news: The Cheapest iPhone 11 Might Be Impossible to Beat