The adorable nearly eight-month-old boy reportedly received books, building blocks and a baby ball pit for the holidays, according to Us Weekly.
“Archie is Meghan and Harry's world, and they can't help [it],” a source told the publication. "It's not all about extravagant gifts for them.”
It sounds like Archie got some fantastic things that will entertain him and aid his development!
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Archie's cousin Prince George wrote a Christmas list to Santa Claus, dad Prince William revealed to Mary Berry during the A Berry Royal Christmas TV special. The Duke of Cambridge said George is interested in drawing and soccer so he was likely going to receive presents associated with his hobbies.
Meanwhile, Princess Charlotte seems to have inherited her great-grandmother the Queen’s love of horses because the four-year-old reportedly asked for a pony for Christmas. It remains to be seen whether the princess got her wish. The duke reportedly thought his daughter was too young for the gift and it might be better to wait until 2020. We're sure she still received horse-themed gifts!
Like Archie, Prince Louis is still too young to be writing his list to St. Nick, but we're sure the youngster got some great toys he can play with his family.
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"Wishing you all a very Happy New Year and thanking you for your continued support!" the couple captioned the post on the Sussex Royal Instagram. "We've loved meeting so many of you from around the world and can't wait to meet many more of you next year. We hope 2020 brings each of you health and continued happiness."