The first pictures of Archie revealed a small part of his face; the Duchess of Sussex’s picture revealed Archie’s feet and on Father’s Day the Duke has shared a sepia picture of Archie’s hair.
It’s now been announced that Panini Stickers and the Metropolitan Police have joined forces to create and publish a photoFIT image of the Royal Baby. Along with segments taken from the official photographs, members of the Royal Family have worked with Metropolitan Police Facial Composite experts to create an image that will be segmented and released monthly as a series of stickers for royal fans to collect and build up in an album which, when complete, will constitute the first full and officially endorsed picture of Archie.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex bid to keep private what they can of Archie’s life has irritated collectors of Royal merchandise who normally buy mugs or plates to celebrate a new royal baby’s arrival.
This will be the first royal mugshot. Harry and Meghan, who’ve so far resisted all attempts to merchandise images of their son, have endorsed this series of the royal baby’s photoFIT stickers following comments from fans of the royal family that they could be stuck up.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born on May 6 and is the latest addition to the royal family.
Images of other royal family members will feature in the series. The first sticker pack, available later this month, will include a mini-sticker of the Queen herself which can either be stuck in it’s officially designated space in the album or used to post a letter.