Harry and Meghan are reportedly planning a summer holiday with the Queen at Balmoral - when they will bring baby Archie to spend time with his great-grandmother. The royal tot turns one in May and his expected return will be his first visit to
The Queen fears she is going to miss out on the upbringing of Prince Harry's son Archie, a source has revealed in the new issue of American publication US Weekly. The monarch is "heartbroken over the thought of not getting to see her
Prince Harry and wife Meghan have had a tough year, royal commentators say, but it might not be much easier in 2020.
And Meghan Markle says she'll dress baby Archie in an England babygro as they cheer on from Frogmore cottage.
While no official engagements are 'on the cards' for Archie during the 10-day tour to South Africa, we might get to see the family of three together, experts predict.
Royal expert Omid Scobie told Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box' that one of Meghan's close 'non-famous' friends is definitely one of baby Archie's godparents.
One third of parents confuse the role of godparent and guardian.