Meanwhile, their official duties ended on March 31.
It's been a celebratory few weeks for the royal children, with Archie's first cousins Prince Louis turning two on April 23, and Princess Charlotte marking her fifth birthday on May 2.
The video was released on the Save the Children Instagram account, @savechildrenuk, to raise funds for their coronavirus campaign #SaveWithStories. "Rabbit!" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld.
Dressed off-duty chic, Meghan wore an oversized denim shirt, and wore her hair up in a neat bun. The duchess chose to read one of Archie's favourite stories, "Duck!"
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She also reveals they shorten his name to Arch.
"Thank you Duchess Meghan for helping us to raise urgent funds for our coronavirus appeal by reading Duck!" Markle picks it up, tucking it beside her on the chair, but Archie grabs it again, throwing it to the floor.
It's a rare public appearance for baby Archie. "Archie is The Queen's eighth great-grandchild", the caption reads.
The video encourages people to donate to the Save the Children stories campaign to support vulnerable families in the UK.
The family is now based in LA. "Happy Birthday to Archie Mountbatten-Windsor who is celebrating his 1st birthday today!" they wrote while sharing the photo, which was clicked shortly after Archie's birth and also shows Meghan's mother in the frame.
Gemma Sherrington, Fundraising Director at Save the Children UK, said: "Many national education systems already face considerable challenges as a result of conflict and displacement, environmental emergencies and a lack of funding". We receive 100% of your donation.