Why Prince Harry feared he would never become a dad – ‘Waited a very long time’

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PRINCE HARRY “feared he would never become a dad” and marking Father’s Day with baby Archie will be “really special”, claimed royal commentator Katie Nicholl.

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Prince Harry waited a “long time” to become father and even feared it would never happen, claimed a royal commentator. Katie Nicholl also said Father’s Day will be “really special” for Prince Harry with baby Archie. Ms Nicholl told Entertainment Tonight: “They celebrated Meghan’s first Mother’s Day quietly in the grounds of Frogmore.” On Father’s Day, she said: “This is going to be a really important day for Prince Harry.

“He waited for a very long time to become a father. There were moments when he feared he never would become a dad.

“So to mark Father’s Day with baby Archie is going to be really special.”

On baby Archie’s Christening, the royal commentator added: “There aren’t any details released as of yet.

“There is some speculation that the Christening will happen in the early part of July, before the Queen goes on holiday to Balmoral.

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Prince Harry news Harry feared never being a dad claimed a royal commentator Image Getty

Prince Harry news: Harry feared “never being a dad”, claimed a royal commentator (Image: Getty)

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Prince Harry news Fathers Day will be really special for Harry claimed Katie Nicholl Image Entertainment Tonight Youtube

Prince Harry news: Father’s Day will be “really special” for Harry, claimed Katie Nicholl (Image: Entertainment Tonight/Youtube)

There were moments when he feared he never would become a dad

Katie Nicholl

“I don’t think it’s going to be a huge affair.

“It’s very likely that we will see Archie christened at Windsor, at St George’s Chapel.”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their first child, baby Archie, on May 6 and have been relying on the help of the Duchess of Sussex’ mother, Doria Ragland, since the birth.

But the grandmother returned home to Los Angeles at the end of May, and the royal couple are believed to have enlisted the help of a nanny.

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Ms Nicholl said the Sussexes’ childminder has had to sign an “extensive” non-disclosure agreement to protect the family’s privacy.

“I’ve heard from very reliable sources that the new nanny has been appointed by the Sussex’s has had to sign quite an extensive non-disclosure agreement.”

But despite hiring the professional nanny, the royal commentator claimed Meghan has had a hands on involvement with her son.

She said: “Meghan’s been up in the night nursing, feeding on demand every few hours. Apparently he’s a hungry little baby.”

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Prince Harry news Harry and Meghan welcomed their first child on May Image Getty

Prince Harry news: Harry and Meghan welcomed their first child on May 6 (Image: Getty)

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Prince Harry news there is speculation the christening will take place in early July Image Getty

Prince Harry news: there is speculation the christening will take place in early July (Image: Getty)

The non-disclosure agreement will come at no surprise to most, as Meghan and Harry have previously tried to keep details of their private lives out of the public domain, including information of the birth of their son.

Prior to the birth, the Sussex’s issues a statement informing the public they would celebrate the birth “privately”.

Royal fans were able to catch their first glimpse of baby Sussex two days after he was born, as Meghan and Harry posed for photos with him in Windsor Castle.

Meghan made her first public appearance since the royal photo call last weekend, at Trooping the Colour – the annual event to celebrate the Queen’s birthday.

She arrived in a carriage with Harry, the Duchess of Cambridge and Camilla.

She later joined the Queen and her extended family on the balcony of Buckingham Palace to watch a flyover.

Source: EXPRESS CO UK