A little animation for a little prince.

Disney bestowed what might be the sweetest gift upon Archie Harrison, the newborn son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex: a 25-second Winnie-the-Pooh animation.

The animation follows Pooh, carrying a blue book featuring a crown on its cover, from the Hundred Acre Wood to Windsor Castle. Upon Pooh’s arrival at the castle, he sits next to animated versions of a smiling Prince Harry and Meghan Markle who peruse the pages of the book next to Archie’s crib.

Check out the animation here, courtesy of Omid Scobie, a royal contributor for ABC who originally tweeted the video:

“The beginning of a grand adventure,” Disney wrote on Facebook. “Congratulations from Disney to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and The Royal Family on the arrival of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!”

The animation was hand-drawn by Disney Senior Principal Artist, Kim Raymond. Raymond also drew Pooh Bear pictures for Prince Louis, William and Kate’s son, and Prince Harry also reportedly gifted Prince Louis a Pooh adventure story. A.A. Milne’s honey-loving bear is a favorite among the royals!

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Jess is an Aussie, an attorney and a die-hard Disney fan. She grew up in a city not too far from P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney; and she still enjoys running around in Snow White pajamas and serenading her family members with Sleeping Beauty’s “Once Upon A Dream” (though, unlike Princess Aurora, she is not blessed with the gift of song). She recently became an Honorary Princess of the Magic Kingdom after her Flynn-Rider lookalike fiancé proposed at Cinderella’s Happily Ever After Dinner at the Grand Floridian Resort. Jess is an Elvis-lover like Lilo, and is otherwise singing along to her Frozen, Moana and Coco soundtracks (anyone listening will wish Ursula would pay her a voice-taking visit). When she doesn't have her nose stuck in a book, Jess delights in writing for The Disney Blog and sharing with fellow fans all things Disney.