- Archie could become closer to Savannah and Isla Phillips
- Archie could reunite with Savannah and Isla Phillips in Canada
- Archie is not close to his cousins George, Charlotte, Louis
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s son, Archie, could reportedly develop a closer relationship with his cousins, Savannah and Isla Phillips.
This week, Peter and Autumn Phillips announced their divorce but the former couple agreed to co-parent their two children. Savannah and Isla’s parents are both staying in Gloucestershire so that they will be closer to their children.
But according to Express, Autumn is a Montreal native and her kids have dual citizenship. This means that Savannah and Isla may spend a lot of time in Canada if their mom decides to return to her hometown.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and their 10-month-old son have been staying in Canada throughout the past couple of weeks. They decided to relocate to North America after they announced their decision to quit the royal family.
If and when Autumn and her daughters visit Canada, it is possible that she could schedule a playdate or a meetup with the Sussexes. And if Archie gets to spend more time with his cousins, it is likely for him to be closer to them than Prince William and Kate Middleton’s kids.
Last year, a source told Us Weekly that the Duchess of Cambridge wants her three children to spend more time with their cousin Archie.
“The Duchess is hoping that in the new year, the cousins will spend more time together,” the source said.
And just days later, rumors swirled that Markle has been purposely keeping Archie away from Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis because she thinks that they are “dirty kids.”
An unnamed source told New Idea that Prince Harry’s wife doesn’t like the fact that Middleton allows her kids to run and play outdoors.
“She said Kate lets her children run riot outdoors, getting in the mud and climbing trees and she will not allow those ‘dirty kids’ anywhere near her son!’” the source said.
However, the claims are most likely fabricated and should be taken with a grain of salt.