Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcome their son, Archie Harrison, back in May and the couple just recently shared the exciting news:
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In fact, despite the alleged feud between the two sides, it looks like the Sussexes are seeking valuable advice from the Cambridge.
This is not Meghan Markle's first overseas tour; she notably went to Morocco with Prince Harry earlier this year.
Prince William and Kate Middleton once toured Australia with Prince George
There's no doubt that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have a lot on their mind about taking their newborn son abroad.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge went on a 19-day tour to Australia in 2014 when their son George was less than a year old. Prince George doing things such as meeting and receiving a giant plush wombat from Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove.
What can Prince Harry and Meghan Markle do learn from the Cambridge's?
A source told Us Weekly that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are doing as much as possible to keep their babies safe and happy. For example, drawing from Prince William and Kate Middleton's experience, the Sussexes are likely to "establish a base for their lives in a lot of different countries."
And while many fans are excited about seeing photos of Archie, the insider shared that the public should not expect too much. [Archie'sgoingwithhisparentsbecausetheydonotwanttoleavehimbehindintheUKnotbecausetheywanttoshowhimoffateverystop"
Since Archie is very young and needs a lot of vaccinations, there are reasons to believe that the couple does not take him everywhere. The source said that "Archie just wants to be on certain safer parts of the trip, looking for South Africa, leaving Harry and Meghan to travel to other countries."
In order to have someone take Care of Archie while Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are working, it's possible that the couple wants to bring a nanny along. They recently hired a nanny who reportedly quit after two weeks.