Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped out for a glamorous night at the European premiere of the "Lion King" on Sunday, July 14, shaking hands (and givings hugs!) to some of Hollywood's biggest stars. The premiere was held in support of Prince Harry's conservation work through The Royal Foundation, but the couple made headlines for one particular meeting where they spilled some sweet details on their son, Archie Harrison.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex finally met Beyoncé and Jay-Z, who have been loyal supporters of the royal couple from afar. Royal reporter Omid Scobie caught the epic meeting on video and posted it to Twitter.
A closer look at @Beyonce and @S_C_ meeting the Sussexes at last night’s @disneylionking premiere. I hear that Meghan was very excited to finally meet them. Definitely a moment for the photo album! pic.twitter.com/sB3i031aLs— Omid Scobie (@scobie) July 15, 2019
In the video, Jay-Z congratulated Meghan on the birth of Archie while Beyoncé said that he was "so beautiful." When Harry joined the conversation, Jay-Z congratulated him as well and the couples began chatting about their children.
Looking at Meghan, Harry said that Archie's "not so little anymore" and that he's a rather big baby. He then imitated his son and said that he's already lifting his neck and head up and that they're so excited.
Music moguls Beyoncè and Jay-Z, who are also the proud parents of Blue Ivy, 7, and twins Rumi and Sir, 2, offered the royal couple a small parenting tip. “The best advice I can give you," Jay-Z told them, "always find some time for yourself.”
Archie is only 2 months old, but it sounds like he's already a pretty strong little guy. He and Meghan made their first public debut together on July 10 while watching Harry participate in the King Power Charity Polo match. Meghan was scrutinized by fans on social media for the way she held her son, but parenting experts were quick to back her up.
”While parents will adopt their own styles of holding and comforting their babies in a range of ways, the way Meghan is pictured holding Archie is actually a commonly recommended hold,” Lucy Shrimpton, The Sleep Nanny and parenting expert, told Yahoo Style U.K.
There's no confirmation on when we'll get to see Archie out in public again, but maybe we'll see him crawling sooner than we think!