Prince Harry, 35, was spotted this week taking his six-month-old son to the Windsor Nursery School, which is close to the family home of Frogmore Cottage, The Sun reports.
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The Duke of Sussex dropped his firstborn off this week, and joked to other parents that “gingers stick together” when the little boy started to bond with two other red-headed babies.
“Archie had a fantastic time,” a source told the Daily Express.
“He was crawling around and was particularly taken with two other red-haired babies.
“The Duke said: ‘Gingers stick together!’”
Previously, mum Meghan Markle, 38, has been seen taking Archie at the playgroup.
The Duchess of Sussex revealed last month that she had started taking him to nursery.
“I just took Archie for his first (playgroup) class. It was a lot of fun. He loved it,” she told guests Milly Sutherland, 11, and her mum Angela, 50, at the Wellchild Awards.
It comes as it was reported that the Sussexes would not be joining the Queen for Christmas at Sandringham.
Meghan and Harry have chosen to spend Archie’s first festive season at home in Windsor or away in LA with grandma Doria Ragland.
A source said that the couple “needed to recharge their batteries”.
The Duke and Duchess are taking a six-week break after Sunday when Harry attends a Royal Albert Hall event.
It had been thought they would spend Thanksgiving in the US with Doria, 63, and return for Christmas at Sandringham.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission