Prince William, Kate Middleton, Charles and Camilla have not met Harry and Meghan's son Archie yet
The newest royal baby is already five-days-old, but the senior members of his family are yet to meet him. Reportedly, Prince Charles and Camilla, and also Prince William and Kate Middleton haven't yet met the first child of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, baby Archie Harrison.
The seventh-in-line to the throne was born at 5.26 am on Monday, May 6, and it had been hinted that the baby's grandfather, Charles, and wife, Camilla Parker-Bowles, would call in on Meghan and Harry on May 11 after they return from their trip to Germany.
The visit has been postponed to next week as of now, with William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, respectively, planning to visit not that long after.
Speaking to The Sun, a Clarence House sokesperson said Charles and Camilla are expected to visit in the coming days. A spokesman for the Sussex's has also revealed that William and Kate have penciled in to stop by at Frogmore Cottage soon too. Earlier this week, William, 36, had shared that both he and his wife, Kate, 37, "couldn't wait to meet their nephew."
Daily Mail reports that former rugby star Mike Tindall believes Harry will be a good father, especially when it comes to changing the baby's nappies at least. Tindall, 40, shares two daughters with Princess Anne's daughter Zara Phillips and said: "I think he will be a good dad."
The first member of the royal family to be introduced to the baby, of course, was the baby's great grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, alongside with her husband, Prince Philip, and also Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland.
Currently, there has been no courtesy title given to the new royal baby as his parents haven't chosen to give one yet. There is however a royal decree that was made over 100 years ago by the Queen's grandfather George V in 1917, which means that Archie will automatically gain HRH status, just like all the grandchildren on the direct male line of the sovereign.