‘She’s barely seen Archie!’ Queen unlikely to see great-grandson ‘anytime soon’ – expert

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    “It’s perhaps unlikely that they’re going to be spending what we would think of as quality family time together at Christmas and New Years and birthdays,” he said.

    “Just remember that the Queen hasn’t met her latest [great-] granddaughter.

    “It doesn’t seem likely that she’s going to anytime soon. She’s barely seen Archie for quite a while.

    “On a human family level, forgetting them being the royal family, there’s already quite some frostiness and distance there.

    “So I suspect if things can go well, [then] maybe they’ll have the occasional meeting, but I don’t think it seems very high on anyone’s agenda.”

    One-month-old Lilibet has not yet met any member of the Royal Family in person, primarily due to being separated from the Firm by the Atlantic.

    Similarly, Archie hasn’t seen other members of the Royal Family since at least mid-November 2019, when he left with his parents for the US.

    Mr Sacerdoti clarified that the “very distance between the US and the UK” makes a meeting more difficult.

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    In both the interview with James Corden and Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry revealed the Queen, and at the time, Prince Philip, were able to see Archie via video call.

    On a special episode of Mr Corden’s Late Late Show in February, Harry said they have spoke over video call “a few times” and have been able to see “Archie running around.”

    During the March interview with Oprah, the Duke of Sussex admitted he has spoken “more to my grandmother in the last year than I have done for many, many years”.



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