The royal baby is already following in his mom's footsteps. 

By Kimberly Truong
Jan 02, 2020 @ 11:45 am

Meghan Markle is known to make meaningful sartorial choices, and it's only fitting that her son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, also follow suit. 

The latest photo of Archie, featured in the Meghan and Prince Harry's 2019 roundup to celebrate the new year, shows him wearing a pom-pom "Cocobear" beanie from New Zealand-based Make Give Live, a community knitting organization that donates an item to a person in need with every purchase.

According to People, a then-pregnant Duchess of Sussex was gifted one of the hats when she and Prince Harry visited New Zealand in 2018, and now that Archie has outgrown the first hat, she's purchased more. 

"We are so happy to see that the gorgeous little Make Give Live hat that Archie got before he was born has kept his head warm this year," the company wrote on Instagram. "Even better is that his beanie has ensured that the head of someone in real need in NZ was kept warm too."

It's only been a little over a day since the Sussexes shared the adorable photo (taken during their holiday time off in Canada), but the Archie effect is already taking place. 

Make Give Live shared on their website that thanks to the photo, they've received so many orders that customers might experience some delays in delivery.

RELATED: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Shared a New Photo of Baby Archie in Their 2019 Roundup

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