Although fans of the royal family have enjoyed seeing baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor make rare public appearances alongside Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, it appears the child will continue to live his life out of the public eye.

Even though the couple has shared images of Archie, royal commentators believe he will continue to remain out of the spotlight, unlike his cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Royal expert, Richard Fitzwilliams told that Meghan and Harry will continue to shield Archie from the public. “They will handle issues dealing with baby Archie just in the way they have this year, in their own way,” he revealed.

“I think what will happen with Archie is precisely what has happened this year - they will draw a particular line on what they regard as private and what they regard as public.”

Fitzwilliams went on to reflect on the privacy measures the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have taken since Archie’s birth.

“We saw very little of Archie after his birth, then we saw him a great deal during the South Africa tour. They will undoubtedly regulate all Archie’s appearances as they see fit,” he said. 

Fitzwilliams revealed that Archie’s may not be the only royals making fewer appearances. It seems his parents are questioning their place in the monarchy.

“At the moment, in the six-week gap, they are presumably considering what future they would like as royals and how, and where they will spend it,” he explained.

“I realize they are very unhappy with royal life, and they feel deeply pressurized, which came across in the TV documentary about their South African visit,” Fitzwilliams added.

For now, Meghan and Prince Harry are expected to finish the holiday break and return to the UK to resume their royal duties.