Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was seen enjoying the Fourth of July festivities in Wyoming, USA, alongside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Little Archie, seventh in the royal succession streak, left UK life behind when Prince Harry and Meghan stepped away from their top royal positions in 2020, replacing Frogmore Cottage in Windsor with their new home in Los Angeles.
Eager to show their patriotic love for the country Prince Harry called his “new home,” the Sussexes publicly came out for the Independence Day Parade in Wyoming.
The family is believed to have traveled from California to the town of Jackson Hole to celebrate the National Day with friends, but baby Lillibet Diana, who turned one during the Queen’s jubilee celebrations in the UK, was not spotted strolling.
In photos taken by spectators at the show, three-year-old Archie can be seen waving the American flag, wearing a red, white, and blue baseball cap, and enjoying a red lollipop.
The little red-haired boy was wearing a blue striped button-up shirt, with matching pants and shoes, with his attentive mum Megan holding him close to him.
Rare snaps show Meghan wearing a stylish wide-brimmed hat with jeans and brown loafers, along with a simple sleeveless T-shirt.
The Sussex children are rarely photographed, but Prince Harry and Meghan Markle allowed two official photos of Lillipet to be released on her birthday in June, taken at her garden party at Frogmore Cottage.
It is alleged that while the Queen and Prince Charles were able to enjoy their first encounter with baby Lillipet, Her Majesty the Queen had to turn down Harry and Meghan’s request to pose for pictures with their daughter due to a problem with her eyes.
Royal expert Camilla Tomini told The Telegraph: “The Queen personally intervened to prevent an official portrait from being taken, apparently advising the couple that she was bloodshot and did not wish to appear in any photograph for public consumption.”