Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby’s life will be very much different from its royal cousins.

According to E! News, other than the child’s royal title and role in the British family, there are still other ways in which its life will be different at least from Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

Baby Sussex will lead a life more similar to its other cousins Mia Grace Tindall and Lena Elizabeth Tindall. The publication noted that Prince Harry and Markle’s baby will most likely enjoy all of the perks of being a member of The Firm but it will also have more freedom to follow its own pursuits.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will also raise their child some 25 miles outside of London in Windsor, Frogmore Cottage The property boasts of an idyllic setting to raise children in so that they can escape the goldfish bowl of life.

Growing up, Princess Eugenie reportedly shared stories about what her life was like growing up outside the city to her cousins Prince William and Prince Harry.

“It was actually Princess Eugenie who convinced them to make the decision as she had a wonderful, peaceful childhood on the grounds of Windsor,” a source told Us Weekly.

The same insider said that Prince Harry and Markle decided that they want their children to grow up away from the city just like Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie.

This kind of privacy was also afforded to Prince George and Princess Charlotte while Prince William was stationed as an air ambulance pilot in East Anglia. The royal siblings spent the first few years of their lives in the 10-bedroom Anmer Hall near the remote village of Norfolk.

In 2016, a source told Vanity Fair that the Duke of Cambridge is grateful to have a private and peaceful life with his family.

“It’s enabling him and Kate to raise their family in a way that’s as close to ordinary as they can get,” the source said.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's baby will lead a private life. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle speak on stage during WE Day UK 2019 at The SSE Arena on March 06, 2019 in London, England. Getty Images/John Phillips