Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's Africa documentary Harry and Meghan: An African Journey has made headlines for its serious subject matters.
From Meghan's struggle to adjust to life as a royal to Prince Harry's comments about his changing relationship with Prince William, it's addressed some key issues but it's had it's heartwarming moments too.
In a sweet snippet, fans have spotted a candid moment between Harry and his five month-old son Archie sharing a cuddle while Duchess Meghan speaks in an interview.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to show Archie to the world when they visited Archbishop Desmond Tutu on the second day of their African royal tour.
There, the cheeky newborn melted hearts with royal fans eagerly commenting on his strong resemblance to Prince Harry but in the new documentary, we were able to see just how close the two are.
While Duchess Meghan spoke to reporter Tom Bradby, Prince Harry can be seen in the reflection of the window gently rocking Archie.
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The moment wasn't missed by royal fans who shared their delight on social media.
"Meghan is saying something important but I can't keep my eyes off the duo in the left side corner.....Harry and Archie," one fan tweeted.
Another wrote: "While Meg gave the interview I could just see Harry rocking Archie in the back omg my heart."
Duchess Meghan also spoke fondly about her son at the beginning of her interview with Tom Bradby.
"It's a lot with a five month-old!" Meghan remarked and when Bradby added that it must be tiring she replied: "Well, life is but I think any mum can relate to that. But he's doing really well, he's been sleeping really well."
At the end of the interview, Meghan joined her husband and son and left, not before planting a kiss on Archie's head while Harry smiled proudly and signalled for the team to leave with them.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have been at the centre of media attention for months on end, but according to respected royal correspondent Roya Nikkhah, the pair are planning to take a well-deserved break.
Indeed, the couple are taking six weeks off from royal duties starting in mid-November, where they will take Archie over for his first trip to the US.
There, they'll be able to spend some downtime with Meghan's mum Doria Ragland in LA and are expected to celebrate Thanksgiving stateside too.
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