Prince Charles is finally meeting baby Archie nearly two weeks after his grandson was born. Little Archie was born at 5.26am on Monday, May 6 with an excited Prince Harry breaking the news to the world at around 2.40pm. Meghan Markle and Harry then showed their baby to the cameras two days later, saying he was their little 'bundle of joy'. According to Hello magazine, Prince Charles was due to meet Archie this evening at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Frogmore Cottage home. It is not known if Camilla was with him for the visit to Windsor. The Prince of Wales said last week he was "delighted" about the birth of his fourth grandson.
Speaking from Berlin where he was on an official state visit with his wife Camilla, he said, "We couldn’t be more delighted at the news and we’re looking forward to meeting the baby when we return." A royal source previously said, "Prince Charles and Camilla were in constant contact when they were in Germany and are so excited to spend some time with the new family." The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh met the newborn for the first time last Wednesday.
Princess Diana's older sister Lady Jane Fellowes was one of the first to meet baby Archie, an indication of how close to his mother’s family Harry remains. On Tuesday, Kate Middleton and Prince William also met the newborn. However, it was too late for his cousins.
A royal source said, “The children are so looking forward to meeting baby Archie and plans will be made to take them as soon as possible.” Prince George and Princess Charlotte are 'dying to meet' their cousin Archie, according to royal sources. Speaking after the birth, the Cambridge chatted about the new member of the family during an official engagement. Prince William joked, "I'm very pleased and glad to welcome my own brother into the sleep deprivation society that is parenting."Read More