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.
Opening up on her Ellen DeGeneres Show, the talk show host revealed that she flew to London and spent the day with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and baby Archie.
She revealed: "Here's a sentence I never thought I would say, but I spent the afternoon with Prince Harry and Meghan."She joked: "I just want to say it was an honour for them to meet me."
Speaking about the tot, who is four months old, Ellen revealed that she even got to hold and feed the youngest member of the royal family.
"I can't tell you how sweet they are, but the most important thing is I got to hold little Archie, the baby. I fed Archie, I held Archie," she said.
She added: "He weighs 15 pounds, which the exchange rate, I believe is $17."
She then teased her studio audience, asking them if they wanted to see a picture of the tot.
The answer was of course a resounding yes and Ellen quipped: "I was hoping you'd say no, I don't have one, I didn't think it was right to go: 'Can I get a picture?'"
However, she added: "But I did draw a picture of what he looks like. He looks like Harry. He has a perfectly circular head, he looks just like Harry, he had more hair than I did at the time."
As well as gushing about their son, Ellen also praised the couple's "compassionate" and "amazing" nature.
I got to hold little Archie, the baby. I fed Archie, I held Archie. He weighs 15 pounds.
She said: "Seriously, they are so amazing. They're the cutest couple. I just hate it, I see them get attacked and it's not fair. They're just two of the most down-to-earth and compassionate people. They're doing so much good for the world."
Ellen also revealed that she and wife Portia De Rossi spoke with Meghan and Harry about the conservation work they're doing.
She shared: "They're doing all this work in Botswana for elephants and I love that. And they like what I'm doing for the gorillas in Rwanda, so we're all going to do something together."
The young royals are set to head to Southern Africa on their first royal tour as a family at the end of September.
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