Prince Charles hasn't met the Royal baby yet, but he has reasons
The newborn boy, whose name is yet to be announced, was born earlier this week, but his grandfather hasn't met him yet.
Although he was excited about him, Prince Charles still has not seen his newest grandson, four days after he was born, but he has good reasons for it.
According to Hello Magazine, the 69-year-old was in Scotland on Monday, and on Tuesday, he had to travel to France to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Anzac Day on Wednesday.
Prince Charles is currently back in the United Kingdom and is expected to visit the Cambridge at Kensington Palace soon.
According to Daily Mail, there are rumors about how much Prince William would like Charles' wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, to see newborn.
Prince Charles and his wife were at Birkhall, their private Highland home, on Monday when Kate Midleton, delivered the baby.
Media outlets around the world claim that Charles would be making arrangements to go to London but it is not clear why he did not travel on Thursday.
Prince Charles has allegedly complained privately about the fact that he does not see enough of his grandchildren, and particularly not as much as the Middletons.
But he's not the only one who hasn't seen the baby yet, as the Queen herself is yet to meet her great-grandchild because she's currently in residence at Windsor Castle after her Easter break.
The 92-year-old was pictured horse riding on the grounds of the estate the day the baby was born, but nevertheless, she was delighted with the news.
Although an announcement is expected sooner than later, William and Kate are still yet to confirm the name of their three-day-old son.