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Meghan and Harry spent time with Afghan schoolchildren Thursday as they visited Task Force Liberty at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex actively participated in a conversation class in English.

During their time with the children, they used markers to teach them the words of color and helped the students practice their English by listening to those who said phrases like “nice to meet you”.

In addition, Meghan and Harry directed a rendition of the song “Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes”.

Speaking to school children, they shared that this song is “also one of their son’s favorites,” a Sussex spokesman said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s representative also said of their day at the base: “They asked the staff about common expressions in Dari and let any interaction with children and adults say ‘Tashakur’, which means ‘thank you’.”

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Archie's favorite song visits Afghan refugees

Meghan and Prince Harry met Afghan schoolchildren during a visit to New Jersey (Image: SSgt Jake Carter, Task Force Liberty public affairs / PA)

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Archie's favorite song visits Afghan refugees

Meghan and Harry helped the children learn colors using markers (Image: SSgt Jake Carter, Task Force Liberty public affairs / PA)

Archie celebrated her second birthday in May, a month before the couple welcomed their daughter Lilibet ‘Lili’ Diana.

The family of four lives in Montecito, Santa Barbara, where the Sussexs moved in the summer of 2020.

This is not the first time Meghan and Harry share a few details about their son.

In February, during an interview with James Corden in a special episode of The Late Late Show, Duke Archie revealed his first words.

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Meghan and Harry talk to Afghan refugees (Image: SSgt Jake Carter, Task Force Liberty public affairs / PA)

Harry said: “My son is now over a year and a half old, he is hysterical, he has the most amazing personality.

“He already puts two, three words together, he already sings songs.

“His first words were ‘crocodile’, three syllables.”

During the same show, Harry also said that his grandmother, the Queen, has often seen Archie via video calls after Sussex’s move to the United States and even sent them as a Christmas present to Archie a waffle maker – which the tot greatly appreciated.

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Meghan Markle Prince Harry Archie's favorite song visits Afghan refugees

Meghan and Harry met military personnel and their families on Thursday (Image: SSgt Jake Carter, Task Force Liberty public affairs / PA)

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Archie's favorite song visits Afghan refugees

Meghan and Prince Harry learned to say ‘thank you’ to Dari during the visit (Image: SSgt Jake Carter, Task Force Liberty public affairs / PA)

In May, during the mental health series he co-starred with Oprah Winfrey, The Me You Can’t See, he also said, referring to his late mother Princess Diana: “I got a picture of her in his nursery, and it was a of the first words he said – apart from ‘mom’, ‘dad’, it was then ‘grandma.’ Grandma Diana.

“It’s the cutest thing, but at the same time it makes me really sad because she should be here.”

While in Task Force Liberty, Meghan and Harry also praised the teachers for their “tireless efforts” to support the students and reminded them to take care of themselves.

The Duke and Duchess also spent time with women who recently arrived at the base.

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Archie's favorite song visits Afghan refugees

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Task Force Liberty is currently home to 10,000 Afghan refugees who fled their homeland in recent months following the Taliban’s return to power in mid-August.

They receive temporary housing, medical screening and training from the U.S. Department of Defense.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Meghan and Harry had hosted a lunch for some of the military personnel and their family living at the Burlington County Air Base.

This visit took place on Remembrance Day, which falls on the same day as Veterans Day in the United States – which celebrates all living former service personnel for their efforts.

Meghan Markle Prince Harry Archie's favorite song visits Afghan refugees

Meghan and Prince Harry with Archie in September 2019 (Image: GETTY)

A spokesman for Meghan and Harry said the couple met with members of all six branches of the U.S. military during their visit.

Their chats, the representative added, were focused on topics close to Sussex’s heart – mental health and the importance of community.

Harry marked this visit and said: “As we honor and reflect on Remembrance Day in the UK, which shares a date with Veterans Day here in the US, my hope is that we will all continue to support our well-being and recognize the value of our troops. , veterans and the entire military and service family.

“We and they are better at it.”

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