Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's kids 'will have new playmate' as duke's childhood pal is expecting another baby
MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry's children will soon have a new playmate, it has been reported.
The Duke's childhood pal Guy Pelly is expecting baby "number three" with his wife, Holiday Inn heiress Elizabeth Wilson, and they "couldn't be more excited".
The Sussexes little ones, Archie, two, and three-month-old Lilibet often enjoy playdates with the Pelly's two daughters and another tot will soon join the fold, Wilson revealed.
It is like history repeating itself – as 39-year-old Pelly, grew up alongside both Harry and William, and is the son of Lady Carolyn Herbert – a close pal of the Prince's late mother, Princess Diana.
Pelly formerly ran a string of London nightclubs including Royal-favourite Mahiki in Kensington as well as Public, Whisky Mist and Tonteria.
Their friendship has stood the test of time, earning the aristocrat the title of godfather of the Cambridge's youngest child, Prince Louis.
He even organised Prince William's 2011 stag do before his wedding to Kate Middleton.
But Pelly has also managed to keep close with Prince Harry and Meghan, despite their move stateside.
His closeness with both of the brothers has yet to prove any success in reuniting them, as it was reported "very little progress is being made" to ease the Royal rift.
Finding Freedom author Omid Scobie took a swipe at the Queen by claiming "no senior Royal" had stepped in to solve the sibling squabble.
In an interview on This Morning – which coincided with the news that Piers Morgan was cleared by Ofcom over comments he made about Meghan Markle – Scobie said the "family fractures" were far from fixed.
"I wish there was a.. you know, we have all experienced family squabbles and so on, but there is always a senior member of the family who clips you round the ear and pulls you all together and says 'talk!'.
"And I haven't heard that from any source connected to the family that there has been someone who has played that role.
"I'm sure if Diana was here today, that's exactly what she would do. But I've certainly not heard that from any of the others."
Scobie's apparent jibe towards Her Majesty comes after the release of a new epilogue for the biography based on the Sussexes, on the 24th anniversary of Princess Diana's death.
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