Here's What The Hidden Detail In Archie's First Birthday Video Could Mean

Royal sleuths have done it again.

Meghan Markle & Archie
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For baby Archie's first birthday, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shared a never-before-seen video of the littlest royal being read a book. In the three minute clip, the Duchess of Sussex reads Duck! Rabbit! while Archie squirms around on her lap.

While this is gift enough for royal fans who wanted to see what the family was up to, there was another little detail in the video that you might have missed. In the beginning, Markle holds up the book and on the cover there is a sticker that reads, "Archie's Book Club." According to Hello, this could mean that the book was a gift from Oprah.

Last year, when asked about what she would give Archie as a gift, the famous "Oprah's Book Club" founder told an Access Hollywood reporter, "I have a standard gift that I do for people I really care about... this baby will have enough new books to last a lifetime."


Of course, a book "club" would imply that there are many more titles on Archie's shelf. Does this mean we're about to get a slew of Archie recommended picture books, chosen by how chewed the binding is and how squirmy he gets when mom reads it? Doubtful, but if the family wants a suggestion from me (obviously they've been asking), it's probably a good idea.

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