Just two days after birth, the Dukes of Sussex have finally presented their first son to the world in a not very traditional fashion.
The new Royal Baby is finally here, and people couldn’t be more thrilled. Though the baby is seventh in line to the succession of the crown, he might have more resonance in the family’s history for what he and his parents represent to the crown.
A couple of days ago, Prince Harry proudly announced in a very emotional video that the baby boy had come. Today, they appeared before media at Windsor Castle to present their bundle of joy in a not a very traditional fashion that show's they're here to change protocols and give the monarchy a breath of fresh air. Here’s the adorable announcement video in case you missed it:
The baby boy, who weighed 7 lbs 3 oz, was being held by his father breaking the old-fashioned tradition of the Royal mothers presenting the baby. Not only that, it seems that Meghan, who has been subtly changing the rules of the game, refused to conceal her baby body for the picture's sake as we've seen in the past, and appeared just naturally glowing with her family.
Meghan couldn't hide her excitement and declared:
"I have the two best guys in the world so I'm really happy. He has the sweetest temperament, he's really calm."
And despite becoming a father just a few days ago, Harry said parenting was something amazing:
"It's only been two and a half days, three days, but we're just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy."
It took them two days to figure out the baby's name. After a lot of speculation and intense bets on formal gambling sites and books the couple finally revealed that their first born's name is Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor. Though none of the popular name choice was chosen, we can say that Archie Harrison is definitely not a traditional name as Prince William and Kate Middleton's went for.
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