Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are now living a life that is far different from the rest of the British Royal Family. The same goes for their two children, who currently experience a unique upbringing in comparison to their royal cousins.

With their parents' connections, especially in Hollywood, it is said that they have "famous friends" of their own. Insiders claimed that they have already "hobnobbed" with other celebrities' kids, according to OK! magazine.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's children have reportedly had "playdates" with the kids of Katy Perry and Orland Bloom. They, also, have spent time with David Foster and Katharine McPhee's 10-month-old son.

But, despite having famous people around them, sources alleged that the former working royals aim to raise their two kids to be "unaffected by fame and fortune."

In maintaining the narrative, the informants shared that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry plan to provide "diverse education" for the young Sussex Royals. They want them to "express" their thoughts freely as they grow up.

As claimed, the Duke of Sussex was "often discouraged" from doing so when he was growing up. Hence, he does not reportedly intend to do the same to his children, adding that "he won't dissuade" them.

A different insider, also, recently spilled to Star magazine some information about how Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are raising their two children. They are said to be teaching their kids to appreciate everything, and not take anything for granted.

The Sussex pair are reportedly avoiding showering them with lavish gifts, as well. Even during the Christmas season, the source alleged there were "not too many presents" for the young royals.

Despite this, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's children still enjoyed their low-key celebration last festive season. As stated, the youngest member of the family was "more interested in the wrapping paper" than the actual gifts.

Meanwhile, Archie looked out for his sister as he shared the spirit of the season with the whole family. The insider asserted that he tried to "give her his books and toys."

While the assertions are all positive remarks toward Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, they all remain unconfirmed. It is unknown whether the statements are legitimate as no proof has come to light.

The Sussex Royals themselves have yet to make a comment about the matter. They, also, even rarely share with the public how they raise their two children.

Whatever the case, though, reports previously noted that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex love to honor their family. Moreover, they want to be their kids' role models and provide them with normal lives.