Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Harrison amid growing public curiosity about the newest addition to the royal family. The couple's tight grasp on details about the birth caused madness among the public and the media, with royal correspondent Chris Ship who claimed that the guard for baby Archie & # 39; generously overshadowed & # 39; the royal family. Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, started the day after the birth of their grandson with a tour of Germany, while Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, launched a new sailing regatta in which the couple will participate in August 2019.
He told the Royal Rota of ITV: "Charles and Camilla went on a very important visit to Germany – they were massively overshadowed by the baby.
"That had everything to do with Brexit and British relations with Germany, a key country in the European Union, which is very much overshadowed by this whole.
"Make a speech about future relationships, meet Angela Merkel – it was a very important royal news story and none of us could cover it."
ITV news Royal Producer Lizzie Robinson repeated her colleague's statement and said that Kate and William were asked for details about baby Archie during the launch of their new project.
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Mrs. Robinson said: "We saw William and Kate last week, but again, during their visit – they launched the King & # 39; s Cup at the Cutty Sark in London – they talked about Archie.
"Again, that somewhat overshadows their visit."
The regatta will be hosted by William and Kate on August 9 on the Isle of Wight, and the couple will compete as the skippers of rival boats, part of an eight-strong field.
The King & # 39; s Cup is then awarded to the winning team
While Prince Harry returned to his official duties three days after his son's arrival – traveling to The Hague to mark a year for the Invictus Games of 2020 – Meghan Markle is expected to stay on maternity leave for up to six months.
Meghan has reportedly told royal assistants that she wants to get back to work soon.
A source told The Sun: "Meghan has made it very clear that she wants to get back to work as soon as possible.
"She has enormous amounts of energy, is very determined and wants to be as loving as possible with her charities.
"Nothing has been written in her diary yet, because she wants to wait and see how she feels after she has had the baby.
"She was signed in three months, but she will most likely return to public life within six weeks – on the Queen's official birthday, Trooping the Color, in June.
"Motherhood of three months is standard in the US for American mothers – they don't normally get the six or even 12 months that women arrive here in the UK. So this is completely normal for Meghan."