Revealed: Elderly kings like Prince Charles, William and Kate still haven't met Baby Archie five days after his birth
- Prince Charles and Camilla were on a trip to Germany this week
- The couple did not meet Archie with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
- Meghan's mother Doria Ragland, the Queen and Prince Philip met him first
- Older family members will visit the newborn sometime next week
Older members of the royal family still haven't made the latest arrival five days after his birth.
Prince Charles and Camilla, along with William and Kate, did not visit the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first child, Baby Archie Harrison.
The seventh ascendant to the throne was born at 5.26 a.m. on Monday, and it has been suggested that grandfather Charles and his wife Camilla would visit Meghan and Harry today after returning from their trip to Germany.
The couple will now be visiting next week, with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge not far behind.
Neither Prince Charles and Camilla, nor William and Kate have met Baby Archie Harrison so far
Baby Archie Harrison (pictured above) was born earlier this week and is in seventh place on the throne
Speaking to The Sun, Clarence House said Charles and Camilla would be visiting in the coming days, while a Sussex spokesman said William and Kate were in the diary to stop by at Frogmore Cottage.
MailOnline contacted Kensington Palace, but they had no comment at the time.
Earlier this week, Prince William, 36, said he and Kate, 37, couldn't wait to meet their nephew.
The Queen, Prince Philip and Meghan's mother Doria Ragland were the first to meet the new arrival
Elsewhere, ex-rugby star Mike Tindall said he believes Harry will be a good father, especially when it comes to changing diapers.
Mr. Tindall, 40, has two daughters with Princess Anne's daughter Zara Phillips and said, "I think he will be a good father."
The Queen, along with Prince Philip and Meghan Markle's mother Doria Ragland, was the first member of the royal family to be introduced to the baby.
Harry and Meghan have decided not to give their son a courtesy title.
However, a royal decree issued by the Queen's grandfather, George V, over 100 years ago in 1917 means that Archie automatically receives HRH status, as does all grandchildren on the sovereign's direct male line.
Older members of the royal family could visit Archie at Frogmore Cottage next week
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