The royal couple, who no longer live next to Prince William and Kate at Kensington Palace and have split from their Royal Foundation this year, have been advised to take a leaf out of the Cambridge book when it comes to raising children in the spotlight.
Podcast “Royals”, from Australian magazine New Idea, heard from royal expert Angela Mollard in an episode that first aired in July.
Ms Mollard said: “Archie is going to have attention, in the same way that the Cambridge children have attention.
“Purely because his parents are young and glamorous and we are interested in them.”
She continued: “I think [Harry and Meghan] should take some advice from Kate and William, they’ve done it really well.
“Yes, their children are visible but they own that message.
“Also, social media has given them the opportunity to disseminate information when and how they want.
“Yes, we do see the children photographed at the polo, for instance.
“I think they need to be very consistent in their messaging, and we haven’t seen that consistency.
“I know they’ve got a new PR team, but they would be well advised to not always go off in their own direction, because protocol is tried and tested.”
Kate and William were seen last Thursday at Thomas’s Battersea, as they dropped off Princess Charlotte off for her first day of school alongside older brother Prince George.
The Duchess of Cambridge famously takes her own pictures of Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis to release for special occasions.
Most recently, the Duchess snapped Prince George to commemorate his 6th birthday on July 22.
It is unclear whether Kate also took the adorable photo of George and Charlotte on the steps at Kensington Palace, before setting off for school, that was released by the Palace on Instagram last week.