Baby Archie Harrison may very well be the most talked about member of the young royals at the moment, but Prince George still has some very special privileges.
Five-year-old George is third-in-line to the throne, and a new report has revealed there’s one very special thing he’s able to do that his little cousin isn’t.
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The Express reports that Prince George – who is big brother to Princess Charlotte, four and Prince Louis, one – was allowed to stay up late to meet a very important head of state, something that Archie will never be given permission to do, according to the publication.
Back in 2016 when George was just two-years-old, he was allowed to stay up late to meet then US president Barack Obama.
In pictures that have now become iconic, a pyjama-clad George was pictured in a white dressing gown and slippers solemnly shaking hands with Obama, while his parents, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge look on.
As Archie is somewhat down the list of royal importance – scraping in at seventh-in-line to the throne – it is unlikely he will be allowed to do the same.