Prince George and Archie Harrison could finally reunite and form a bond as they grow older and face the difficult realities of being a royal, it's been claimed.
- Prince George and Archie may finally be united as friends as they grow older and realise a “difficult” reality of royal life.
- The young prince, seven, and his cousin Archie, who turns two tomorrow, have barely seen each other, so have not been able to form a childhood bond.
- This royal news comes after the Meghan Markle announced huge career news.
Prince George and his cousin Archie, who are just two of the Queen’s ten great-grandchildren, may finally be united as they grow older, as royal author Ingrid Sweard claims they’ll have to rely on each other, due to the difficulties they could face making friends outside of the The Firm.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s children aren’t expected to have a childhood bond with their cousin Archie Mountbatten-Windsor but Ingrid claims that they will grow up to appreciate him.
The editor of Majesty magazine said, “I am sure Diana would have wanted her sons’ offspring to be friends as she would have known how difficult it is to form friendships outside the family as people cannot be trusted not to let some indiscretion slip out.
“But they may be friends with Archie when they are older. How cool to have a Californian cousin who is going to be such a dude as Archie. So exciting for them to go and stay with him too and vice versa,” she told the Express.
“So they may not have the childhood bond, which they really don’t need as they have lots of little friends, but they will really appreciate Archie later on in their lives.”
Meanwhile, Prince George has only seen his cousin Archie, who will celebrate his second birthday tomorrow, a few times since his birth in 2019.
One public event was when their fathers the Duke of Cambridge and the Duke of Sussex took part in the King Power Royal Charity Polo Day back in July 2019.
Even Prince Harry, who jetted to the UK last month to attend his grandfather Prince Philip’s funeral and later met up with the Queen when he was back in Windsor, didn’t see Cambridge kids Prince George, seven, Charlotte, five or Louis, three, during his brief visit – despite being their uncle.