PUBLISHED: 19:51, Wed, Sep 11, 2019 | UPDATED: 19:57, Wed, Sep 11, 2019
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor on May 6, 2019 after months of growing frenzy among the public. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to forego giving their baby an official title and Archie is expected to be known as Master rather than Prince. Royal commentator Omid Scobie suggested the lack of a title could force the newest addition to the Royal Family to "earn his place" in the world without some of the "bump-up" cousins Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have.
Speaking to Yahoo's The Royal Box, Mr Scobie said: "He doesn’t have the title, he really doesn’t have the same bump-up that maybe perhaps the Cambridge children do.
"He will have to go out and earn his place in society and education is very much part of that.
“Regardless of your grades you do need to be well-read, articulate, you need to have knowledge of the world, and that means being out there in the real world and learning."
But Mr Scobie conceded Archie would not be the first member of the Royal Family required to invest in his education to make his way in the world.
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Meghan Markle news: Archie will have to "earn his place" in society, Scobie claimed (Image: GETTY)
Prince George and Princess Charlotte have been attending Thomas's Battersea together since early September (Image: GETTY)
Kate Middleton earned two As and a B at A-levels and later graduated with a 2:1 degree in History of Art from the University of St Andrews. She then went on to work for clothing chain Jigsaw and her family's business before marrying Prince William and