Princess Diana's Older Sister Reportedly Visited Harry And Meghan's Newborn Son In Windsor
May 14, 2019 16:29 By Fabiosa
It's apparent how much Prince Harry misses his mother Diana, who passed away over 20 years ago. Especially more now, since the red-head royal has become a father of his own child Archie.
When Meghan Markle gave birth to baby Sussex, the couple's official Instagram account paid a sweet tribute to Princess Diana as her siblings were mentioned in the post, revealing they were notified about the royal baby's birth, unlike the Cambridge family, who didn't do something of the sort in the past.
The long-awaited visit
Princess Diana's elder sister, Lady Jane Fellowes, was reportedly at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's redesigned Frogmore Cottage in Windsor earlier.
While Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla, as well as Prince William and Kate Middleton, haven't yet paid a visit to newborn Archie, Lady Jane Fellowes has already seen and perhaps even held baby Sussex in her arms.
According to royal editor Robert Jobson:
Princess Diana's older sister Lady Jane Fellowes was one of the first family members to meet baby Archie.
That is so, so sweet, people!
The next step is to introduce Archie Harrison to his grandparents, Charles and Camilla, along with the Cambridge family with the baby's royal cousins, George, Charlotte, and Louis.
Another tribute to Lady Diana
Since the day the Princess of York passed away, her only sons William and Harry haven't stop honoring their late mum.
Prince Harry made every effort to include his late mother Diana in his Big Day and after-wedding life. The royal let Lady Jane Fellows deliver the reading at the ceremony, paying another touching tribute to his late mom. Diana’s older sister read from the Song of Solomon’s 8th chapter about the power of eternal love.