Prince Harry and Prince George don’t have photos together because of a shocking reason.

The Duke of Sussex loves his nephews and niece. However, Prince Harry never had a photo with Prince George. According to royal authors Kaitlin Menza and Lisa Ryan, this was done on purpose to avoid Prince Harry from being branded a “spinster.”

The royal authors explained that they never saw Prince Harry interacting with Prince George. The two royals were also never photographed together. They added that there was no tension between the two.

“I think it was on purpose because Harry was single and they didn’t want him like ‘poor old spinster Harry playing with a baby on the grass,’ but we never see that,” the two said on “Royally Obsessed.”

Now that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are expecting their first baby together, this observation may change. Prince Harry has spoken lovingly about Prince George and Princess Charlotte in 2017.

“The rea­son I am now fifth is be­cause of my nephew and niece and I could never wish them away,” Prince Harry told Mail on Sunday. “They are the most amaz­ing things ever.”

With the arrival of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s third baby, Prince Louis, Prince Harry’s has gone down to the succession further. He is now sixth-in-line to the throne.

Prince Harry and Markle are expected to welcome their first bundle of joy in the spring of 2019. There are rumors that the newest royal baby will arrive in April. However, another insider believes that it will arrive earlier than that.

Prince Harry and Markle will be moving to Windsor early next year before the arrival of their baby. There are rumors that the couple’s move was due to tension with Prince William, who reportedly was not very welcoming to Markle.

Meanwhile, another source claimed that the issue was between Markle and Middleton. The two women allegedly don’t get along well. Their “ghastly row” is said to have started last year.

Despite the rumors, the four royals will still be spending Christmas together. Prince William and Middleton are expected to be at Sandringham to celebrate the occasion with Queen Elizabeth II and other royals.

Prince George and Prince Harry
Prince George, Prince William, Queen Elizabeth II, Middleton and Prince Harry look out on the balcony of Buckingham Palace during the Trooping The Colour ceremony on June 13, 2015 in London. Getty Images/Chris Jackson