The newest photo of The Duke & Duchess of Sussex's son, little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor has made royal fans hearts swoon - especially since he is dressed in one of the most adorable outfits anyone has ever seen onn the young royal.
In the photo, shared by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry on their Instagram showed Archie sporting a gorgeous bobble beanie, created by New Zealand charity Make Give Live.
Posting a video and picture montage to their Instagram page on New Year's Eve, the Sussexes included a photo of Archie being carried by Prince Harry while wearing the charity's "Cocobear" hat.
Since the Sussex's posted the montage, sales for the beanie have gone ballistic, causing Make Give Live to issue a statement on their website.
"Thank you so much for the incredible support we have received over the last few days from around the world. We are over the moon to be able to continue to grow our impact and spread our message of kindness, inclusion and acceptance."
"All our products are handmade by our community knitting groups and so you will unfortunately experience a delay on any pre-ordered items whilst they are made."
"We have secured some NZ Merino for the Archie hat and so it is still available for pre-order. All other items are closed for a few days while we process and plan production."
Make Love Give was founded by Claire Conza and Becky Smith in 2016, and is a community of knitting groups around NZ. The groups meet up and knit gorgeous hats in all sorts of patterns.
For every hat that is sold, one is donated to a Kiwi in need.
You can read more about what Make Love Give is about, and how you can join, here.