• Prince Harry believed that it's important to discuss disabilities with kids
  • The Duke of Sussex showed his son Archie videos of athletes at the Invictus Games
  • Prince Harry admitted that his son looked amazed upon seeing the video clips

Prince Harry talked about a conversation he had with his son, Archie.

The Duke of Sussex founded Invictus Games in 2014. The annual sporting event was for the injured service people and the veterans. In an exclusive interview with People, Prince Harry shared the importance of talking about disabilities with kids and how he brought up the topic to his 2-year-old son.

"I showed Archie a video of wheelchair basketball and rugby from the Invictus Games in Sydney, and he absolutely loved it," Prince Harry told the outlet. "I showed him how some were missing legs and explained that some had invisible injuries, too. Not because he asked, but because I wanted to tell him. Kids understand so much, and to see it through his eyes was amazing because it's so unfiltered and honest."

He also said he couldn't wait to let Archie and Lili experience Invictus Games. Prince William's younger brother also shared how his life changed after welcoming Archie. He admitted that when he was still in the Army, he had planned to leave before starting a family.

"Being a dad certainly adds another emotional layer to it," he added. "When I was in the Army, I promised myself I would be out before having a wife and kids, because I couldn't imagine the heartache of being apart for so long during deployment, the risk of possibly getting injured, and the reality that my family's lives could be changed forever if that happened."

Prince Harry praised the members of the Invictus Games for their "varying degrees" of experience. The royal said he has "tremendous respect" for them and their families because of their "sacrifice in the name of service."

When Prince Harry spoke with kid reporters Sophia and Jay, of Kindercorrespondent at the Invictus Games in the Netherlands, he was asked about his wish for them, and he said he wanted them to "grow up in a fairer... more equal world." However, his comment received mixed responses, with Piers Morgan mocking the Duke of Sussex for wanting equality despite being privileged.

"More equal? A spoiled privileged prince who inherited millions & now makes 100s of millions fleecing his royal titles from his $11 [million] Californian mansion wants EQUALITY for his kids?" Morgan tweeted, adding rolling on the floor laughing emojis.

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THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS - APRIL 20: Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex watches the Gold Medal match between Team United Kingdom and Team United States during the Wheelchair Rugby on day five of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 at Zuiderpark on April 20, 2022 in The Hague, Netherlands. Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images for Invictus Games The Hague 2020