Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are urged to take some parenting advice from Kate Middleton and Prince William.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have finally become first time parents after welcoming baby Archie in May. A royal expert advised Prince Harry and Markle to take a leaf out of the Cambridge book when it comes to parenting because Prince William and Middleton are doing great when it comes to this matter.

“Archie is going to have attention, in the same way that the Cambridge children have attention,” Angela Mollard said in an episode of the “Royals” podcast.

“Purely because his parents are young and glamorous and we are interested in them. I think [Harry and Meghan] should take some advice from Kate and William, they’ve done it really well.”

Mollard pointed out that Prince William and Middleton’s children are still visible, but they know how to own the message. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge know when and how to disseminate information on social media. Their kids Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis were photographed at the polo match, but they are not photographed daily. There weren’t so many boundaries when it comes to the Cambridges’ kids.

“Now, I think that what’s interesting is that Kate, in producing pictures of her children herself, choosing them, owning and managing that image  – I think there’s a lot to be learned from that,” the expert continued.

“We saw this huge stuff-up at [Archie’s] christening, where they put out a message that we weren't going to get [anything] – then they released lovely pictures. I think they need to be very consistent in their messaging, and we haven’t seen that consistency.”

Mollard added that she’s aware that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have a PR team. However, she suggested that the couple should not be advised to go off in their own direction and should follow the protocol instead because it is tried and tested.

Prince Harry and Markle have been slammed by netizens for keeping baby Archie’s birth details. The public was furious after learning that the renovation of Frogmore Cottage was funded by the taxpayers, yet they cut the people out when it comes to their son.