Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have such a close relationship with their royal cousins. The Cambridge children are growing up with a number of relatives close to their age.

Mike Tindall, the husband of Prince William's cousin, Zara Phillips Tindall, gave some insights about the kind of relationship of George, Charlotte and Louis have with their cousins. Mike's kids with Zara, Mia and Lena, are almost the same ages as the Cambridge children. 

"We've got a great group of young ones in the family now," Mike said, per Hello. "Lena and obviously Louis are similar ages and Mia's sort of in between Charlotte and George," he added. "Then you've got Peter's children Savannah and Isla who are just a little bit older." 

Peter is Queen Elizabeth's oldest grandson and Zara's brother. Both royals are the children of Princess Anne. 

Mike also revealed that, before Prince Harry left for Los Angeles, he always bonded with the little royals. The Duke of Sussex loves playing with their kids thus Mike said that he will make a great father to Archie. 

The Tindalls are quite close to Prince William and Kate's family. They spent Easter together as a family last year and bonded on many activities. Because their kids are in the same age group, the older royals hope that the younger royals will grow up to be good friends aside from being relatives. 

This year, however, the royal cousins haven't seen each other for almost two months since the coronavirus lockdown. The Cambridges have been staying at Anmer Hall in Norfolk, while the Tindalls are at Princess Anne's Gatcombe estate in Gloucester. 

Kate said, in an interview, that they are keeping in touch with the rest of the royal family through video chats. In fact, they have been communicating more than they used as there are limited things to do during the lockdown. 

The Duchess of Cambridge also said that it's hard to explain to her children why they have to remain at home and even continue homeschooling. It's difficult for a five-year-old (Charlotte) and a seven-year-old (George) to grasp what's really happening to the world but they try their best to have a support system. 

The U.K. will begin easing its lockdown orders by May 11 and allow some nonessential business to resume, such as hardware and garden stores. Other establishments, however, will still not be permitted to open. Large gatherings and events will also remain banned, which means that it might take some time for the royal family to return to their normal activities.