Celebrity Prince Harry Prince Harry Said One of Archie's First Words Was "'Grandma', Grandma Diana" "It makes me really sad because she should be here." By Alyssa Hardy Alyssa Hardy Instagram Twitter Alyssa Hardy is a fashion and culture writer living in New York City. She was formerly the Fashion News Editor at Teen Vogue and the Senior News Editor at InStyle. She recently launched a newsletter titled "This Stuff," which publishes twice weekly. In each edition, readers find timely commentary on news stories and current events in fashion, along with personal essays and musings on trends and celebrity style, featuring personal anecdotes from Alyssa's life as a fashion insider.Alyssa is a staunch advocate for garment workers' rights, and has a deep passion for educating others about fashion's environmental impact — tones that can be felt throughout 'This Stuff.' Her work has been featured in InStyle, Vogue, NYLON, Refinery29, TeenVogue, Ladygunn, Fashionista, and Allure. She is currently working on her debut book, a non-fiction exploration of ethics in fashion titled 'Worn Out.' InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on May 21, 2021 @ 07:57AM Pin Share Tweet Email Prince Harry is not holding back. In his AppleTV+ docuseries The Me You Can't See, which he co-created with Oprah, the Duke is giving people insight into his life as a royal and as a father. During the interview he revealed that one of his 2-year-old son Archie's first words was "grandma," referring to his late mother Princess Diana. "I got a photo of her in his nursery, and it was one of the first words that he said — apart from 'mama,' 'papa,' it was then 'grandma'. Grandma Diana," he explained. "It's the sweetest thing, but at the same time, it makes me really sad because she should be here." Sussex Royal The Royal Family Is Reportedly "Distressed" Over Prince Harry Comparing Royal Life to a Zoo Prince Harry also revealed more about the trauma he endured after his mother's death, and how his memory of her includes the tragic parts of her life. "I always wanted to be normal, as opposed to being Prince Harry, just being Harry. It was a puzzling life and, unfortunately, when I think about my mum the first thing that comes to mind is always the same one, over and over again," he explained. "Strapped in the car, seatbelt across. My brother in the car as well, and my mother driving and being chased by three, four, five mopeds with paparazzi on." He continued, "She was almost unable to drive because of the tears, there was no protection. One of the feelings that come up is helplessness. Being too young, being a guy, too young to be able to help a woman, in this case, your mother. And that happened every single day until the day she died." Still, he says that he thinks Diana would be proud of the man he has become. "Yeah, I have no doubt that my mom would be incredibly proud of me. I'm living the life that she wanted to live for herself, living the life that she wanted us to be able to live," he said. "So not only do I know that she's incredibly proud of me, but that she's helped me get here. And I've never felt her presence more as I have done over the last year."