Queen’s ‘sadness’ about Archie amid Meghan and Harry’s second baby news

The Queen has an underlying “sadness” about great-grandson Archie following the news Meghan Markle is pregnant with her second child with Prince Harry, a royal biographer has claimed.

Her Majesty expressed her delight and sent her well wishes to the Sussexes following the news yesterday (February 14).

But the announcement will come with a tinge of sadness, according to royal expert Angela Levin.

Speaking on ITV’s Good Morning Britain today, she said: ”The worrying thing, of course, is will this new baby ever see their father's family?

"I think there's a doubt over that. They'll be a little American, they can also be English too.

"But will the royals ever see them?"

The Sussex’s move to the US, coupled with the ongoing travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, has meant the Royal Family have barely seen Archie since the beginning of last year.

The Queen, particularly, is believed to have a close relationship with the one-year-old who reportedly “loves being on Zoom calls with her”.

Angela continued: "I think the Queen made a very nice comment that everybody's delighted, and of course they are.

"But there is a sadness underneath that she hasn't seen Archie as a person for a very long time.

"So there's a sorrow even though they will be her eleventh great-grandchild, which will be quite amazing.

"But I do think it's quite sad as well as being happy."

It is thought Meghan and Harry’s announcement of the huge news on Valentine’s Day was actually a touching tribute to the Duke of Sussex’s late mum Princess Diana.

Di announced she was expecting Prince Harry on 13 February, which gave the global press 24 hours to hold their front pages and run the news of the royal pregnancy on Valentine's Day.

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