Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's biography revealed the Duke of Sussex's plans for his and his brother Prince William's families. The younger prince wanted his child, Archie, and the Cambridge kids to be the best of friends, but it might be too far to happen now.
Finding Freedom doesn't only reveal the alleged intense relationship between the Sussexes and the Royal Family. It also gives a glimpse of Prince Harry's desire for his familial relationships and how he is as an uncle to Prince William and Kate Middleton's children.
The book revealed the Duke of Sussex once told his friend he still liked to spend time with the Cambridges even if he got married. They would be two happy couples together, as their kids enjoy each other's company, Town & Country noted.
However, this might not come to fruition. After the Sussexes officially stepped down as senior royals, they relocated to Los Angeles. They are now living in Tyler Perry's $18-million mansion.
Alternatively, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are mostly staying at Kensington Palace and continuing their royal duties. They are with their three kids, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis. Hence, as they are all miles apart, it may be hard for the children to develop a close bond.
Anyhow, when Prince Harry was yet to get married, Mirror Online reported that he loved to give his niece and nephews lavish gifts. He even gave Prince George an electric SUV car.
Prince Harry used to live near Prince William and Kate at Kensington Palace. So, it was easy for him to shower the Cambridge kids with presents on their birthdays.
In Finding Freedom, royal authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand revealed he gave Prince George a toy SUV car on his fourth birthday in 2017. The car in question might cost up to £1,500.
In the same year, he also bought a tricycle for Princess Charlotte. For Prince Louis, a source told The Sun that he gifted him the first edition of A.A Milne's classic children's book Winnie the Pooh, which has a tag price of about £8,000.
With his love for reading bedtime stories with his late mother, Princess Diana, who also loved classic books, Prince Harry decided to give the same to the youngest Cambridge. He even wanted to build a mini library of first editions for Prince William and Kate's kids. Sadly, this might never happen anymore.