Inside Prince Harry’s lavish home office with 'thrones', dog beds & a sweet photo of Archie | The Sun

PRINCE Harry’s new Netflix show aired today and royal fans got a sneak peek inside Prince Harry’s lavish home office.

The Duke of Sussex was seen doing a video call from the spacious room as he spoke virtually with people helping to organise his Invictus Games.

The scene aired in the third episode of his Heart of Invictus documentary, which explores the life of injured and ill military veterans who take part in the Paralympic-style games.

And it gave fans an insight into the Californian life Harry leads with Meghan Markle and their two kids, Archie and Lilibet, in their swanky £12million mansion.

Harry, wearing fluffy slippers, spoke to leaders on his Apple Macbook computer, which was positioned on a huge oak desk flanked by two cream dining room style chairs.

Meghan's interview with The Cut saw Allison P. Davis refer to the two chairs “thrones” after her visit to their nine-bedrooms and 16-bathrooms home.

She described: “The two run Archewell from their shared home office, specifically from two plush club chairs placed side by side behind a single desk, facing into the room like thrones.”

The desk features two decorative glass bottles, flanking the table at either end.

And there are a number of sweet photos, including a rarely-seen one of son Archie.

Harry and Meghan also have a number of white paper organisers, while a large white stationary tray sits in the middle of the desk.

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Hung above the mantelpiece is a print of a bear holding the state of California in its paws, printed with the words “I love you California.”

The words refer to the state’s official anthem which was published in 1913, and later adopted by California 1951 and confirmed in 1987 as the sunshine state’s official song.

Positioned in the corner is a large golden telescope, and Harry has previously spoken of his love for star-gazing.

During his engagement interview in 2017, Harry spoke of his first romantic holiday with Meghan in Botswana, saying: "We camped out with each other under the stars…. she came and joined me for five days out there, which was absolutely fantastic."

In the opposite corner is a large pot plant, while the window looks out onto the grounds of the sprawling property, which is located in upscale Montecito, Santa Barbara.

Behind Harry is a stunning stone fireplace and a fluffy two cushions, which are often used as beds by their dogs.

We’ve previously seen their office featuring a large, white "master healer" crystal and a fancy $1,723 (£1,240) Hermes throw blanket emblazoned with the letter "H".

However, these were not on display today.

In his Invictus documentary, Harry appeared to hit out at his family in his latest Netflix show – claiming he didn't have a support network after Princess Diana's death.

The Duke of Sussex says he was left "lying in the foetal position" and "bouncing off walls" after leaving Afghanistan.

And in the second episode he opened up about his own mental health.

Harry also revealed chats he's had with son Archie about what the youngster wants to be when he grows up.

Speaking to athletes at the Invictus Games, which he founded for wounded soldiers, Harry said what would make him proud of young Archie.

The Duke told the crowd: "When I talk to my son Archie about what he wants to be when he grows up, some days it’s an astronaut, other days it’s a pilot.

"But what I remind him is no matter what you want to be when you grow up, it’s your character that matters most.

"And nothing would make his mum and me prouder than to see him have the character of what we see before us today – you."

Harry's wife Meghan also briefly featured in the documentary – sharing and emotional message about family.

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The show is airing almost three years after Harry and Meghan signed a multi-million deal with Netflix thought to be worth £88million.

The Invictus Games was launched by Harry in 2014 and the next contest is set to be held next month in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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