Recently, Prince Harry gave a short interview with Entertainment Tonight, where he mentioned the 125th anniversary of the British Rugby League and said that he wants to involve his one-year-old son Archie in the game.
In an interview, Harry said that he has a large yard where he could teach his son rugby, but due to the pandemic, he cannot find small balls for training yet. “I would like to have a few of these mini-balls to play with my son, but I cannot find one. I so want to involve Archie in rugby. But we are very lucky – we have a lot of space at home, and the child can play outside. I am very grateful for this because many people do not have such an opportunity to walk on their territory during a pandemic”, the prince said.
Harry said that he and Meghan refer to their son as “little man.” “He comes first. In second place for us is our work. And we are trying to do everything to make our world a little better”, said Harry. Now he and his wife are working on the launch of a non-profit project Archwell, named after their son, but the work is hampered by the coronavirus.