Almost a year has passed since Prince Harry, Meghan and Archie decided to leave the royal family and move from the UK.
The beginning of the year was quite turbulent for the royal family, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announcing their plan to leave the royal family, a plan that was finalized in March. And the rest of the year hasn’t been much better.
With the virus outbreak affecting the entire world, travel has suffered perhaps the most. Most people are staying at home in self-isolation, both for their and other’s safety. Everyone has been feeling the changes that the global pandemic has brought, even the royal family.
According to reports from the Daily Mail, Prince Charles has talked about his sadness at “not being able to see Archie for a year”, after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle left for Canada last November.
An insider told the publication: “The Prince of Wales enjoyed popping into Frogmore Cottage to see his youngest grandchild and is sad that he hasn’t seen him for so long.
“He has missed much of his development since he is now growing up in the USA.”
Last year in November Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went on a six-week break in Canada. The break quickly turned into a more prolonged stay on the North American continent. Since then they have only returned to Britain twice, both times not bringing Archie with them.
The insider also claims that the grandfather isn’t the only one in the Royal family who is feeling sad at not being able to see baby Archie grow up.
They continued: ” Everyone really misses Archie – they feel it’s particularly sad for the Queen and Prince Philip.
“Harry always said he looked forward to raising his family with William’s – which of course is not now happening.”
It seems that Prince Charles is doing all he can to be somehow involved with Archie’s life, often video calling them and talking to him. Reportedly, Charles was absolutely ‘delighted’ to hear Archie call him “pa” for the first time in September.