Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reveal a cute detail about their eldest child, Archie, 2, in rare confession.

During a visit to a US Army base the Duke and Duchess of Sussex sang one of their sons favourite songs.

The couple hosted an armed forces lunch on Thursday at the McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey when the cute details were revealed about their toddler.

Mum-of-two Meghan led a round of "heads, shoulders, knees and toes" during an English lesson which she learned Dari words.

The children were told by former Hollywood actress Meghan that the song is one of Archie's go-to's.

As US troops were withdrawn in August from Afghanistan, over 10,000 people were evacuated after the Taliban took over.

Temporarily the Afghans are based as part of Task Force Liberty where they are provided with transportation and medical help.

40-year-old Meghan was pictured holding up a red pen as the children called out the English word for the colour.

A spokesperson for the Sussex's said the pair praised the "tireless efforts."

The visit coincided with Remembrance Day as well as texts being made public from Meghan slamming the royals for "berating" Harry.

In 2018, Meghan sent messages to ex-aide Jason Knauf following Harry spending several days with his father, Prince Charles.

She told Knauf that she was drafting a letter to her estranged dad, Thomas Markle.

The letter came about after Meghan saw "how much pain" Harry was being caused by his family due to her relationship with her 77-year-old father.

She penned: "The catalyst for my doing this is seeing how much pain this is causing H.

"Even after a week with his dad and endlessly explaining the situation, his family seem to forget the context – and revert to 'can't she just go and see him and make this stop?'

"They fundamentally don't understand so at least by writing H will be able to say to his family 'she wrote him a letter and he's still doing it'.

"By taking this form of action I protect my husband from this constant berating and while unlikely perhaps it will give my father a moment to pause."

Meghan sued Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL), the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline, over five articles that reproduced parts of a "personal and private" letter to her father.

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