Prince Harry’s suit pays touching tribute to son Archie in Oprah interview | Royal | News (Reports)

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Eagle-eyed viewers noticed the Prince rewearing one of his favourite grey suits in the trailer for the upcoming tell-all interview with Oprah. The suit has made numerous appearances over the years but is best recognised as the outfit he wore when first stepping out with his wife, Meghan Markle, as a family of three in May 2019.

Although Harry added a tie for the reveal of his son Archie, who will turn two in May, the suit and shoes remain the same for his return to the spotlight in the much anticipated Winfrey interview.

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This particular item of clothing was also worn on Harry and Meghan’s official visit to Sussex in 2018 – just before they announced Meghan’s first pregnancy.

It was also used in the couple’s 2019 visit to Morocco where they met with King Mohammed VI in the capital, Rabat.

Prince Harry’s suit isn’t the only tribute though. Meghan, who is expecting her second child, also wore a special item of jewellery – a bracelet – belonging to Harry’s mother, Princess Diana.

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The same bracelet was used to help craft Meghan’s engagement ring. Two stones were removed from the bracelet and incorporated into the three-stone engagement ring.

The Oprah interview which airs on CBS on March 7 at 8pm ET (1am March 8 UK time) is one of the most eagerly anticipated royal interviews ever recorded.

It was revealed on Sunday that the interview, which originally was set to run for 90 minutes, will be extended to two hours.

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The “tell-all” interview will be Meghan and Harry’s first sit down interview since November 2017 when they were first engaged.

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Buckingham Palace announced on Monday that the Duke of Edinburgh, 99, was moved to another London hospital as he continues treatment for an infection.

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