So sad! Even though baby Archie will have a better chance at living a normal life in Canada, he won’t get to see his royal cousins as much anymore. The 10-month-old actually been spending so much time apart from Prince William and Kate Middleton‘s three kids that the trio are having a hard time remembering him.
“Prince George, 6, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 1, have only met Archie a couple of times, and that was well over six months ago. They can barely remember what he looks like!” an insider exclusively tells Closer Weekly. “Kate’s shown them photos of their cousin and they ask about him, but with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle moving to North America it’s unlikely that they’ll ever get to know him properly.”
In an effort to get Archie to know more about his royal family members, Harry told Queen Elizabeth, he’ll bring his son “back to the U.K. in May.” However, “if coronavirus escalates, he’ll have to rethink the decision,” the insider notes. “And the same goes for moving to L.A. for the summer.”
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were planning to go to Los Angeles so their baby boy could visit his grandmother. “Doria hasn’t spent time with Archie since Christmas but will be seeing him very soon,” another insider told Closer on Monday, March 9. “Doria’s a very independent woman and has her own life in L.A., but she’s super excited about seeing her grandchild again!”
We just hope the same goes for Charlotte, George and Louis. The last known playdate they had with Archie was in July 2019 when their parents took them to The King Power Royal Charity Polo Day. But, don’t feel too sad about it because the little guy also goes on playdates with George Clooney and Amal Clooney‘s 2-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella.
“[They] have enjoyed a number of playdates with Archie at Frogmore and they adore him,” a source told Closer in August 2019.
The insider added that Meghan’s son “loves watching the twins” every move, — and the twins are fascinated with “the baby.” So cute!