Even though Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince Louis and baby Archie Harrison have not made many appearances together, it seems that the cousins do bond outside of the public eye.
According to newest report, William and Kate’s children are big fans of their baby cousin Archie. Prince George and Princess Charlotte even include him in their games.
A source talked with Us Weekly about the relationship between the royal cousins. He revealed that George and Charlotte “dote” on two-month-old Archie.
“Charlotte treats Meghan and Harry’s son like a little doll and is always asking after him,” the insider added.
The little royals reportedly spend a lot of time playing together. Speaking about William and Kate’s children, the source reveals they “have a blast playing together.”
“Charlotte’s a bit of a tomboy and loves climbing and sports. Although Charlotte’s much bossier than George, she looks up to him. They squabble over small things like toys, but the majority of the time they get along.”
Kate and Meghan pleasantly surprised us when they took their children to a polo match to watch William and Harry play. It marked the first time the Cambridge siblings were photographed out and about with their cousin Archie.
Both Prince George and Princess Charlotte were spotted chasing after the soccer ball. They weren’t seen having much face time with their cousin (well they were busy with their game).
However, their little brother Louis was photographed entertaining Archie and his mom Meghan. One photo showed Louis blowing a kiss to two-month-old Archie.
Little Louis was also photographed reaching out to his mom to get her sunglasses. After Kate put them on his head, Louis showed off his new look, much to Meghan and Archie’s delight.
According to the source, the polo match wasn’t the first time George, Charlotte, Louis bonded with Archie.
Archie was reportedly present at Trooping the Colour in June to “meet some of his cousins.” But, unfortunately for us, the fans, he didn’t join the royals for their famous balcony appearance.