Hello, Little Nephew! Prince William & Kate Middleton Finally Met Baby Archie At Frogmore Cottage
May 15, 2019 10:53 By Fabiosa
Baby Sussex had arrived on May 6. But, the details of his birth, his name, and first appearance was revealed days later. Now, that we have acknowledged all of it, the excitement still remains. Little Archie's overdue introduction to other family members is a major event itself.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ditched all royal traditions while showing their baby boy to the world. There was no staircase moment after a few hours of the mother's labor. Instead, the Sussex family made a debut at Windsor castle, walking on a red carpet, two days later. Some might say that it was quite Hollywood-ish.
Meeting aunt and uncle
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were occupied by the family's busy schedules and couldn't get the chance to see their nephew. They were booked with the launch of the King's Cup regatta on May 7 and a visit to North Wales on May 8. The proud aunt and uncle had expressed their joy to the press and looked forward to meeting little Archie.
At last, the Cambridge couple visited Prince Harry and Meghan's Frogmore Cottage to personally congratulate them. Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis didn't tag along. The kiddos will have to wait a while before seeing their cute cousin.
Just to confirm that William & Kate visited their new nephew, #ArchieHarrison, at Frogmore Cottage today after #PrinceHarry returned from Oxford. Their children weren’t with them, however, so it will be a little while yet before George, Charlotte and Louis meet their new cousin.— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) May 14, 2019
According to reports, Prince George and Princess Charlotte can't wait to see Archie face to face. Charlotte, in particular, adores babies and keeps asking mommy Kate if she can hold him in the near future. Their union will be the loveliest royal thing ever!
Archie Harrison has just entered the world and is already bagging tons of love. Share this and blow kisses to the newest royal heir.