Just over a week ago, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry became parents for the first time. On Monday 6th June, entered, well, let's be honest, everyone's lives. It truly feels like the entire world is rooting for this baby.
Anyway, we've had the big , the and those oh-so-cute . The 34-year-old Duke and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, since then have slowly been drip-feeding us information about their first child.
Ready for some more? Of course you are. Earlier today, the Duke of Sussex was visiting the Oxford Children's Hospital and let slip an extremely cute detail about life with baby Archie.
Hundreds of fans had been waiting for hours outside, and the Prince took a minute to speak to some of them, especially spending time with children in the front rows.
Once inside, he began meeting parents of children impacted by cancer. The Duke got chatting to Ida Scullard from Aylesbury, whose son Emmett, 3, is in remission after being diagnosed with testicular cancer. He revealed to the little boy and his mother that baby Archie straight up 'fitted' into the Sussex's family life. During their conversation, Ida was holding her ten-week-old daughter.
'Harry asked me if she was over the stormy period as babies are supposed be grumpy for the first ten weeks – and she is,' Ida told .
'He said he's getting used to the baby and how Archie has fitted into family life.
'He said he just feels part of the family and he can't imagine life without his son.'
Prince Harry was spending the day in Oxford to celebrate the work of the city's children's hospital. He met 13-year-old Daisy Wingrove, a former patient of the hospital, who handed the new dad a teddy bear for baby Archie.
He also met teenagers on a ward specifically tailored to the needs of young adults.
The Duke of Sussex became a father for the first time in the early hours of May 6. Like most new parents, however, he wasn't exactly getting a solid nine hours a night.
Christine George, 52, whose son James, 17, is having chemotherapy, said: 'He said he had all this organised but had a sleepless night last night - not the ideal preparation for his first day at work.'
Later today, Prince Harry will honour the memory of his late mother, Princess Diana, by visiting the Oxsrad Disability Sports and Leisure Centre, which was launched in 1989.
Harry will also visit Barton Neighbourhood Centre, a hub for local residents which houses a doctor's surgery, food bank, cafe and youth club.