In a video posted to the Sussex Royal Instagram account, Prince Harry spoke about feeling anxious on day one of the games. She says they took a walk through the red light district, but found out it wasn't the area where they make traffic lights like she thought.
DeGeneres tweeted in August about her meeting with Meghan and Harry, when she said she visited the couple with wife Portia de Rossi.
"I can't tell you how sweet they are, but the most important thing is I got to hold Archie, little Archie". "I fed Archie, I held Archie". "He weighs 15 pounds, which the exchange rate I believe is $17 dollars here".
She then teased her studio audience, asking them if they wanted to see a picture of the tot.
She added: "Seriously, they are so unbelievable".
Ellen DeGeneres recalls meeting baby Archie with Harry and Meghan
Prince Harry has revealed how nerves almost got the better of him during one of the most important moments of his life. Prince Harry looked dapper in a blue suit and a green tie, along with an Invictus Games badge on his lapel.
"I've had a go wheelchair rugby - I got sinbinned during wheelchair rugby in London in 2014 - it was great fun, would happily play it again as long as my cousin wasn't going to be on the opposition", he joked.
She said: "Seriously, they are so wonderful". They're the cutest couple, so down to earth.
The talk show host, 61, revealed on her show that she spent the afternoon with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at Frogmore Cottage last month, during which she held and fed Archie - who would have been three months old at the time. "They're doing all this work in Botswana for elephants, and I love that".
"On the night, we had the lecture or podium right in front of all the competitors so I could just see all their faces, and they started chanting", Prince Harry recalled. With The Ellen DeGeneres Wildlife Fund, her own conservation organization that works to help endangered species, the comedian said they hope to collaborate further in the future. "They are just two of the most down-to-earth compassionate people, they're doing so much good for the world".