Since giving birth to her third child Prince Louis, the Duchess of Cambridge has been on maternity leave and so, she hasn't been attending the usual royal events and public appearances.
They might be their future children's parents, but someone else will have the legal custody of them. "This goes back to King George I [who ruled in the early 1700s], and the law's never been changed", Royal historian and expert Marlene Koenig told news.com.
The group included George's grandfather Prince Charles, great-grandmother Her Majesty, great-uncle and great-aunt Prince Edward and Sophie Wessex, second cousins Lady Louise Windsor and Viscount James Severn. "The Queen has the last word on parenting decisions like that".
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The law also explains why Princess Diana's wishes for her brother and mother to be Harry and William's legal guardians, as laid out in her will, were swiftly ignored by the Palace.
Kate, like Diana, looked happy as she was accompanied by the Duke of Cambridge and the Queen in Her Majesty's Bentley. It's all because they all did not have the legal custody of their children.
During The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's first official interview together, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle openly discussed their desire to have children "in the near future". Koenig said the Queen has occasionally been known to practise this right.
This sighting comes a week after another royal family member was photographed alongside the Queen as she rode to church - her own husband, Prince Philip. "He understands they want to raise their children privately...the only thing Charles might ask for is more pictures".