• Prince Harry and Meghan Markle received a waffle maker from Queen Elizabeth for Archie
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex watch game shows and Netflix after putting Archie to bed
  • Prince Harry has no issue with Netflix's "The Crown" because it is "fictional" and doesn't pretend to be news

Prince Harry got candid about his life after moving to California in his recent chat with James Corden.

The Duke of Sussex had a friendly and informal interview with the host during his appearance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden," where he spoke about how he has been doing after stepping back from his royal duties and leaving the U.K. and shared his thoughts about Netflix's "The Crown," among other things.

Here are some of Prince Harry's revelations from the interview, according to BBC.

1. Prince Harry's life will always be about public service

The Duke of Sussex made it clear that he plans to continue some of the work he did as a senior working royal. Prince Harry said he and his wife Meghan Markle are dedicated to bringing "compassion" and positive things to the world.

"I've no idea. A slightly different version but a continuation of what we were doing back in the U.K.," he said of their future plans. "My life is always going to be about public service - the two of us signed up to that and the two of us enjoy doing that, trying to bring some compassion and trying to make people happy and trying to change the world in any small way that we can.”

2. Queen's Christmas gift

Queen Elizabeth II gave Prince Harry and Markle a practical Christmas present. The Sussexes received a waffle maker for their son, Archie.

Prince Harry said his wife has been using it to make waffles every morning. Archie loves it, and the duke also gets to enjoy waffles for breakfast with a bit of yogurt and jam. He also sometimes adds berries, honey and syrup.

3. Archie’s first word

Unlike most kids, Prince Harry and Markle's son's first word was not "dada," "mama" or "nanny." Instead, his first word was "crocodile."

Prince Harry couldn't help but gush over his child, saying Archie had "the most amazing personality."

4. They watch game shows in bed

Prince Harry and Markle make it a point to spend quality time together every day. When asked what a regular evening for them looks like, he said it depends on how the day has been and how busy they are.

Normally, they will do Archie's tea, give him a bath, read him a book and tuck him into bed. After that, the couple would go downstairs, and either Markle would cook or they would order takeout. They then go upstairs to bed, turn the TV on and watch "Jeopardy!" or Netflix.

5. Prince Harry's thoughts on Netflix's "The Crown"

Speaking about Netflix, Prince Harry discussed "The Crown," which follows the life of the British royal family, including his parents Prince Charles and Princess Diana. Prince Harry said the show doesn't pretend to be news, and it is fictional and only loosely based on the truth.

He further said that it wasn't strictly accurate but gives an overview of their lifestyle. Markle's husband also shared that he prefers "The Crown" to the news about him and his wife from the press.

"I'm way more comfortable with The Crown than I am seeing the stories written about my family or my wife or myself. Because it's the difference between - that ['The Crown'] is obviously fiction, take it how you will, but this [the press] is being reported as fact because you're supposedly news. I have a real issue with that," he said.

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NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - MARCH 06: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex speaks with Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton as he officially opens The Silverstone Experience at Silverstone on March 6, 2020 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Peter Nicholls-WPA Pool/Getty Images) Photo by Peter Nicholls-WPA Pool/Getty Images