Prince Harry Received and Adorable Rabbit Spoon Gift in Amsterdam from a Royal Fan for Baby Archie
Prince Harry may be in Amsterdam to announce his new travel and tourism initiative, Travalyst, but that hasn’t stopped him from receiving gifts from well-wishers. The Duke of Sussex was making his way out of a conference venue when a woman called his attention and presented him a gift for baby Archie.
The Royal Family is loved, adored, and followed by many people all over the world. An example of such love and admiration was on display in Amsterdam where Prince Harry is to launch his new initiative for sustainable travel and tourism.
As the red-haired Prince left the venue, he received a heartwarming gift from a huge fan of the British Monarchy.
A NEW GIFT FOR BABY ARCHIE
The world was treated to a beautiful sight and a moment that will live long in their memory when cameras caught Prince Harry walk up to a woman who had called out to him and accept a gift from her.
Harry was making his way out of the Adam Tower venue of his launch of Travalyst, a venture that would change the world of travel and tourism in the nearest future, when a woman, identified as Edith Mansoor, called him.
She then gave the Duke of Sussex a set of cutlery themed after Dutch rabbit Miffy, a character in a fictional children’s book. The book is a creation of Dutch artist, Dick Bruna. The gift was dedicated to Prince Harry’s 4-month-old baby son, Prince Archie.
Edith Mansoor already has a bit of history with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, as she told Harry that she had posted him and his wife a baby outfit for Prince Archie, after which they sent her a thank you note, which she happily showed Harry while giving him the new gift.
Prince Harry accepted the gift warmly and thanked Edith Mansoor for her kind gesture. Baby Archie and his mother would surely be pleased with the gift as well.
Prince Harry would be glad to present the gift to his son, at least, after he joked with the audience at his launch conference that he had the best night sleep in four months on his first night in Amsterdam.
PRINCE HARRY DEFENDS HIS FAMILY’S USE OF PRIVATE JETS
While at the launch, the monarch had responded to criticism over him and his family’s use of private jets during some of their trips in August.
The Prince said he uses commercial flights most of the time (including on his trip to Amsterdam), but that sometimes there could be situations where the best protection for his family would be the use of private Jets.
He also maintained that anytime he uses private jets, he always does it with nature’s balance in his mind, and thus always offset his carbon dioxide.