Royal Baby: Prince Harry and Meghan welcome a boy

Royal Baby: Prince Harry and Meghan welcome a boy
London - Harry and Meghan, Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed the boy on Monday. Prince Harry said, "I'm only on the moon!" Global Media said, "Show the child!"

Some details - especially where birth - was not revealed by the palace or spouse, who tried to keep birth more personal than Harry's brother William's previous public problem, perhaps in the form of a future king

Baby Sussex is the eighth great-grandson of the seventh largest star and Queen Elizabeth II on the British throne.

The child is also half American and can choose two nationalities, because original California, Meghan, is waiting for his British citizenship agreement to remain a U.S. citizen.

Buckingham Palace said, the puppy reached the local time for the first time at 5.26 and weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces satisfying.

For centuries, the child received great attention as a multi-ethnic British Empire. Meghan's father is white and his mother is African-American.

Prince Harry, Being told reporters that he was still thinking about names, and said that "the child has come late."

The Royal Superintendent is expecting the birth of last week - and the camera crew is placed in the Windsor outside the castle wall, which is waiting for arrival.

Harry said, "We will meet you in two days, as planned, as a family, to be able to share with you, and so that everyone can see the child."

The palace said that Meghan's mother, Doria Regalland, was "very happy with the arrival of his first grandchild" and "with the greatness of his kingdom in Frogmore's cottage".

Super fans and sympathizers have camped in Windsor for days, some have to wear direct-facing union jack equipment.

Not them The British newspaper launched the "Direct Blog" before the actual news that the child was born. During the weekend, the International Broadcasting Team installed a camera outside the couple's wedding venue Windsor Castle.

Last week, Buckingham Palace said that Prince Harry had planned a two-day trip to the Netherlands. On Friday, he said that he had postponed the visit to Amsterdam on Wednesday, but will attend the Invictus Games program in The Hague on Thursday.

It is not easy to explain what it means for the due date.

Meghan and Harry recently abandoned the royal tradition with the birth of their first child.

When Harry's son, Prince William and Catherine, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, produced his successors and spare parts - George, Charlotte, Louis - so they did so obediently in the Lindo Wing of St. Hospital. Mary in London.

Kate really gave birth when the press betrayed tea and bread and Duchess stood about the arrival and departure of the hair and makeup team.

Then, after a few hours, Kate appeared with her child - "Ready to use the camera" - to pay hundreds of camera crews, who paid for their place.

Meghan will not repeat

Buckingham Palace said: "Duke and Duchess hope that once they have the opportunity to celebrate as a new family, they will share interesting news with everyone."

Meghan may be grateful that he did not give birth in the previous era when there was clearly more crowd in the maternity room for the royal child.

Prior to the birth of Prince Charles, the Interior Affairs Minister of British Affairs participated in the birth of the country. When Queen Elizabeth II was born in 1926, then Interior Minister Sir William Joynson-Hicks took a break from the current political crisis to become a witness to her birth. At that time, he did not even expect to become a queen.

But the tradition of people involved in the birth of royal children, such as military courts and the home secretary of Canterbury and Archbishop, was abolished.

Harry and Meghan met in 2016 when he was an actress in the legal drama "Suit" in Toronto, which was kept in Marcus.

In a BBC interview shortly after his engagement, Harry said that when he met Meghan, he thought to himself, 'I really have to improve my game here. "His marriage was a global event in St. George's Chapel in Windsor last year, where people like Oprah Winfrey, George and Amal Clooney and Serena William were present.

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