Closer Weekly: Kate's Kids George, Charlotte & Louis Have Only Met Meghan's Son Archie a Couple of Times
Kate Middleton's children, George, Charlotte, and Louis may be cousins with Baby Archie, but the royal children have only seen their cousin a few times.
It has been disclosed that Prince William's children with wife Kate Middleton don't share a close relationship with their cousin, Baby Archie.
An exclusive source told Closer Weekly that Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis had met their cousin, Archie, only a few times and that their last contact was about six months ago. He added that the children could hardly remember what Archie looked like.
Born only ten months ago, Archie has spent quite a lot of time away from his royal roots. With Meghan and Harry's relocation to North America, it is unlikely that there will ever be a close relationship between Meghan's son and his cousins.
In an attempt to help the young prince learn more about his royal heritage, the source revealed that Prince Harry told the Queen he would bring his son back to the United Kingdom in May. He, however, stated that if the problem of Coronavirus yet to be solved, he might rethink his decision to take Archie, including the decision to move to Los Angeles in the summer.
After leaving their son in Canada to perform their last round of royal duties in the Uk, another exclusive source revealed that Meghan and Harry were looking forward to when they would see their son again. He said:
"Harry and Meghan hate being apart from Archie. He has already taken his first steps, and Harry and Meghan hate the idea of missing any new milestones while they're..."
According to a second source, Meghan and Harry decided to leave Archie in Canada because they didn't want to disrupt his peaceful life in Canada.
Explaining further, the insider revealed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wanted to keep their son out of the spotlight and away from paparazzi. He added that the alarming spread of the Coronavirus also influenced their decision.
With their exit from the royal family, Meghan is expected to return to TV screens soon.
A source told People that the couple was enjoying a peaceful life in Canada as they made plans for their future. An exclusive closer weekly source disclosed that Meghan and Harry would leave the UK as soon they rounded off their royal duties.
After departing from the United Kingdom, they are expected to pick up Archie in Canada before taking him to Los Angeles to see his grandmother, Doria Ragland. The source said:
"Doria hasn't spent time with Archie since Christmas but will be seeing him very soon. Doria's a very independent woman and has her own life in LA, but..."
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced their plans to step down as senior members of the Royal family in January and are expected to exit on March 31, 2020, officially.
Before her marriage to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle was famous for her role in American legal television series, Suits. With their exit from the royal family, Meghan is expected to return to TV screens soon.
The couple has revealed plans to relocate to North America, where they intend to live like regular people with their son. The couple also disclosed plans to start a non-profit organization.