Royal Power Couple Harry And Meghan Shouldn’t Be ‘Frightened’ About Archie Being Photographed, An Expert Claims

July 22, 2019 13:16

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should not be “frightened” about raising their son in front of the public eyes. A royal expert explains why the Sussexes shouldn’t be afraid of paparazzi who photograph their baby.

‘Private citizen’ Archie

It is not so easy to raise a baby when you belong to the British monarchy. The new parents Prince Harry and Meghan Markle know this firsthand.

Harry and Meghan announced they want to raise their son Archie Harrison as a “private citizen.” For this reason, the Sussexes decided to keep his christening private and didn’t allow any photographers or paparazzi to the ceremony.

But is it a good thing to keep Archie aside from the spotlight?

Let them photograph Archie

According to a royal expert Duncan Larcombe, there is nothing wrong here if the Sussexes allow photographing their baby.

Duncan explained his point of view:

They shouldn’t be too frightened of Archie being photographed. He is seventh in line to the throne.

He added:

But the alternative to lock him up in a private house until he is 18 is obviously not going to happen either which is good.

By the way, baby Archie made his previous public appearance at the polo match a few weeks ago. Harry and Meghan took their son with them as they joined William, Kate, and their 3 kids to watch the game.

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