"Everyone is going on about the fact that he is just going to be 'Master Archie' - I think that is just for now," he explained.
"The Queen is 93-years-old, and they didn’t want to make a big fuss for the rules to be changed.
"There is a thing called the George V Convention, which was to stop so many 'prince' names.
"When Prince Charles becomes king, I have been told they are very happy for him to become ‘Prince Archie’, that is with their blessing. It’s not a speculative thing, that’s exactly what they will do.
Another royal commentator, James Brookes explained, "Of course, when Charles becomes King - Archie becomes a male-line grandchild of the monarch and so is eligible to be titled as Prince and use HRH."