- Archie Mountbatten-Windsor reportedly won't return to England with his parents this month.
- Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have official royal engagements in the United Kingdom, before they step down as senior members of the royal family.
- Duchess Meghan reportedly has "something private" planned during her return to London.
Prince Harry has already returned to England to wrap up his official royal duties, and Duchess Meghan is due to arrive shortly. But royal fans hoping to catch a glimpse of the couple's son, baby Archie, will reportedly be very disappointed.
The Times reported, "Meghan is leaving Archie in Canada for this trip." The publication continued, "When the Duchess of Sussex returns to the UK from Canada for a final round of engagements with Prince Harry, who arrived last week, she is expected—again—to leave behind their nine-month-old son," just as the couple did in January.
And even though royal fans are bound to be disappointed about Archie's absence, apparently the decision has hit Queen Elizabeth the hardest. Reportedly, according to The Times, "The news will be disappointing for the queen and the royal family, who are understood to be 'very sad' that they have seen so little of Archie since his birth."
Meghan and Harry have already made it clear that Archie's safety is their priority. In a statement on the couple's website, which detailed the changes taking place once the Sussexes stepped down as senior royals, they revealed, "It is agreed that The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will continue to require effective security to protect them and their son."
While we won't see Archie in March, we look forward to future appearances by the little royal.
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