British Royal Family News says that Prince Harry once had very high hopes for his son Archie and his nephew, Prince George, and their futures. Here’s what you need to know.
According to the new book, Finding Freedom: Harry, Meghan and the Making of A Modern Royal Family, Prince Harry had always hoped to have found a wife that would fit in well with the rest of the royal family.
What’s more, he also envisioned his family getting along with Prince William’s family and that their children would all grow up together. For Prince Harry, his son Archie Harrison would get to grow up and make memories with his cousins, Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis in an ideal world.
British Royal Family News: Prince Harry Had High Hopes For Archie And Prince George’s Future
The book states Prince Harry “had an image of getting married and spending time with William and Kate, the two couples together, their children best friends.”
Unfortunately, there’s a slim chance that dream will become a reality seeing how Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and little Archie now live thousands of miles away in Los Angeles.
In addition, it doesn’t appear as though the Sussexes have any plans to return to London while Prince William and Kate Middleton have stayed near their home in Norfolk during the duration of the coronavirus lockdown.
Now, whether or not Archie will get to see Prince George and the rest of his cousins in the future remains to be seen. Right now many royal experts and insiders say that while Prince Harry will always be welcomed back to the royal family, the same can’t be said about Meghan Markle.
The book, Finding Freedom, has only created more of a divide between the Sussexes and the rest of the royals with the airing of all their dirty laundry.
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