The Duke and Duchess of Sussex posted the adorable update on Thursday which included a photo of the royal couple attending a Halloween workshop last year in New Zealand. Not only did the couple’s Instagram couple wish their fans a happy Halloween, but they revealed a very cute nickname that they call baby Archie.
Meghan revealed that the couple call Archie Harrison, “little pumpkin”.
She said: “Happy Halloween!
“Wishing you all a safe and fun Halloween from our family (and our little pumpkin) to yours!”
The post included an adorable pumpkin emoji.
The post also had a caption explaining the meaning behind the photo.
It read: “This time last year the Duke and Duchess attended a special effects workshop while on their royal tour in New Zealand!”
Meghan’s fans quickly took to the social media site to show their support for the couple and wish them a happy Halloween.
One fan said: “Happy Halloween Harry, Meghan, and Little Pumpkin Archie.”
Another said: “Happy Halloween to the most amazing power couple ever!! Happy 1st Halloween Archie!”
Another fan excitedly said: “A picture of our little pumpkin in costume would just make my day!”
One fan in particular was very excited about the update: “LOOOVE YOU GUYS! AND LITTLE PUMPKIN!”
Other fans showed their support for Meghan and the recent media scrutiny she has endured.
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One user said: “Happy Halloween to you both, and Happy 1st Halloween to your precious little pumpkin!
“And thank you for your courage and integrity.”
Another said: “’Don’t love me, hear me.’
“Quote from Meghan.
“Time to listen and repeat and repeat her words.”
The couple have managed to garner an impressive 9.8 million followers, which is just below the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s 10.3 million followers.
Meghan and Harry only follower 23 users which include various charities and causes that are close to their hearts.
Their most recent update includes a post about honouring the armed forces and their families in November.
The Duke and Duchess will only be following accounts that “recognise the commitment to country and community that these men and women represent.”
The post included a list of accounts for their fans to follow and support.
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