Queen Elizabeth II has 12 young great-grandchildren and is keen to get them the perfect Christmas present.
Prince Harry revealed earlier in the year while speaking to James Corden on The Late, Late Show how the Queen asked what his son Archie would like for Christmas.
Last year, two-year-old Archie received the perfect gift from his great grandmother after his mum Meghan Markle requested it.
The Queen ordered and sent to present over to the Sussex's new home in LA.
Harry left James Corden completely baffled during an interview after revealing what the present was.
The pair took an open-top bus tour around the city of LA where James asked Harry about fatherhood, his new life in America and quitting royal duties.
Opening up about the Queen's present, Harry said: "My grandmother asked us what Archie wanted for Christmas, and Meg said a waffle maker.
"So she sent us a waffle maker for Archie, so breakfast now Meg makes up a beautiful organic mix, in the waffle maker, flip it, out it comes.
"He loves it. And now I have waffles for breakfast, bit of yoghurt, bit of jam on top. I don't know if that's the right thing to do. Berries, bit of honey."
The talk show host interrupted him, saying: "Sorry you're glossing over the fact that I cannot for the life of me imagine the Queen ordering a waffle maker to be sent to Santa Barbara. I can't get my head around it."
Harry replies: "I don't even know how to comment on that.
"Archie wakes up in the morning and literally just goes 'waffle?'"
This year, Harry and Meghan welcomed daughter Lilibet Diana in June and will spend their first Christmas together as a four.
The Sussex's are likely to spend the festive season in California where they have made their new home.
Royal expert Katie Nicholl also believes Archie and Lilibet will receive gifts from their aunt and uncle Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge, she told OK! magazine.
She said: "They give gifts to the whole family and that includes all of their nieces and nephews."
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