Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s children are in the spotlight after the couple announced they would give Archie and Lilibeth the titles Prince and Princess.
A royal expert said the couple’s children will be seen as “royal celebrities” when they grow up.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, author Tom Quinn suggested that Archie and Lilibeth would benefit from the royal heritage and the huge appeal the firm has historically held for Americans.
He suggests that celebrity status harms children because they may find it difficult to step out of the shadows, their parents’ popularity and their legacy.”
Mr Quinn added: “I think Archie and Lilibeth will benefit greatly from their royal connections, which we know people in America are always fascinated by, the royal family is always an enduring interest for America.
“But I think they’re going to be seen as royal celebrities. I mean, they’re going to be a branch of movie and theater celebrities in America.”
A royal expert said: “So I think it’s going to be very difficult for them because they might feel like they’re famous not because of their talent, but because of their birth. I think if Meghan and Harry aren’t very, very attentive and very happy, at the end of the day in the end there will be pain.”