Prince William And Kate Middleton Finally Met Their Baby Nephew, But Why Weren't Their Children With Them?

May 15, 2019 14:04

It’s the moment royal fans were eagerly anticipating! On Tuesday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge finally met their newborn nephew, Archie.

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The Cambridges dropped by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s residence, Frogmore Cottage, in the afternoon. Earlier that day, Harry visited young patients at Oxford Children’s Hospital and Kate carried out an engagement at Bletchley Park.

The royal couples decided to keep the family gathering private, so no press was present. But what we know is that Kate and William didn’t take any of their three children with them.

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This time, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis stayed home and didn’t join their parents, but they are eager to meet their baby cousin in the near future. An inside source told Mirror Online:

Prince George, 5 and Princess Charlotte, 4, have already been asking their parents when they can meet their new cousin, they are as excited as anybody.

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The Cambridge children will have to wait until the next visit to finally see their new cousin.

The first members of the royal family Archie was introduced to were the Queen and Prince Philip. They saw their new great-grandson last Wednesday.

Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla are slated to meet Archie on Thursday, after they come back from Germany.