Queen Elizabeth II turned 94-years-old on Tuesday, April 21! Earlier in the day, we covered the assortment of calls and social media posts that she received from the royal family in the UK.
But Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, and their son Archie are presently living in Los Angeles, California, where there's a significant timezone difference.
Queen Elizabeth's birthday: Harry, Meghan & Archie's call
As Hello! reports, the Queen shared a video call with Prince Harry, Duchess Meghan, and their son Archie - who is the Queen's great-grandson.
Her Majesty is known to have a close relationship with each of Harry, Meghan, and Archie. Baby Archie also hasn't been spotted in public or photographed for several months now, so the Queen got a rare look at the royal baby on her birthday.
Queen Elizabeth at age 94, Baby Archie at (almost) age 1
While the Queen celebrated her 94th birthday - in the 68th year of her reign - her great-grandson, Archie, has a birthday of his own next month: his first!
Archie's birthday is a little more than two weeks away now, falling on May 6.
The Tuesday birthday call to the Queen was made "to wish her many happy returns," according to a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. The specifics and visuals of the call have otherwise been kept private.