Meghan Markle is said to be bonding with Kate Middleton over her and Prince Harry’s 10-day-old son.
The Duchess of Sussex only gave birth to Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor last week on Bank Holiday Monday.
But it wasn’t until yesterday when Prince William and Kate met their nephew for the first time – more than a week after his birth.
The Queen and Prince Philip saw Archie 48 hours after his arrival, followed by Princess Diana’s sister Lady Jane Fellowes.
The late visit fuelled long running claims of a big feud between the royal brothers and their wives.
The news of Meghan and Harry moving out of Kensington Palace had initially sparked the rumours of a rift between the Sussexes and Cambridges.
But Meghan and Kate are now apparently “becoming closer than ever” – all thanks to Archie.
Daily Star Online reported yesterday that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge had travelled to Frogmore Cottage to visit the tot.
And a palace insider has now reportedly told US Weekly: “Meghan and Kate will be spending a lot more time together.
”Now that they’re bonding over motherhood, they’ve become closer than ever.”
Kate had gushed over Archie’s arrival last Tuesday, a day after he was born, saying how excited she was to meet him.
“It’s such a special time and with (my children) Louis and Charlotte just having had their birthdays, it’s such a great time of the year to have a baby,” she said.
“And yes, spring’s in the air and everything so it’s pretty great.
“As William said, we look forward to meeting him (Archie) and finding out what his name is going to be.
“So it’s really exciting for both of them. And I’m wishing them the best in these next few weeks. It’s always a bit daunting the first time around.”