Princess Diana is a woman the world will never forget. Though she is no longer with us on earth, her elegance, gracefulness, and widespread legacy have continued reign throughout the royal family for years on end.
Every time a new development happens with her two sons, we can’t help but think just how proud she would be of them had she been here to see them today. They’ve both grown into strong, powerful husbands and fathers, both echoing her gentleness in their every decision.
When the world first laid eyes on her fourth grandchild, Archie, people were shocked to see just how much he resembled his father, Harry. Pictures instantly began to surface all across the web comparing Archie and Harry’s distinct eyes and nose.
Now that Archie is a few months old, the public is doing their best to patiently wait until his next public appearance. It has been confirmed that the Sussex family will go on tour to South Africa later in the year and they’ll be taking their little one with them.
If you’ve brushed up on your royal knowledge, you know that the practice of taking such little ones on royal tours used to not be common practice. It’s all because of Princess Diana that the new generations are able to do such.
“Princess Diana changed all of that after the birth of Prince William and refused to leave her 9-month-old son behind when they went to Australia and New Zealand in 1983,” sources state. Instead of leaving the little royals behind with the nannies, they brought them alongside with them and had the nannies travel as well to watch after the babies while they worked.
Duchess Kate was one of the first to follow her suit when she did the very same thing with Prince George when she and Prince William went on tour in Australia. It comes as no surprise to anyone when Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan decided to also do the same with Archie.
In my personal opinion, I think royal fans appreciate things like this even more and get a better glimpse of the true heart and character of the family they so love and adore. We sure can’t wait to see little Archie take on South Africa in a few short months!