Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their first child, a baby boy

Britain has a new royal baby. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their first child, a baby boy, born on Monday (May 6). Kensington Palace confirmed on social media. On the Twitter, The palace said: "We are pleased to announce that Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed their firstborn child in the early morning on May 6th, 2019. Their Royal Highnesses’ son weighs 7lbs. 3oz."
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle welcomed their first child, a baby boy, born on Monday
The palace also said: "The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales, The Duchess of Cornwall, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Lady Jane Fellowes, Lady Sarah McCorquodale and Earl Spencer have been informed and are delighted with the news. The Duchess’s mother, Doria Ragland, who is overjoyed by the arrival of her first grandchild, is with Their Royal Highnesses at Frogmore Cottage".

Her Royal Highness and the baby are both doing well.

25 comments:

  1. All the best for Baby Sussex! Congrats to the parents!

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  2. Congratulations! So nice to have good news. May he have a healthy happy life.

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  3. Congratulations, and all the best wishes to the parents and the newborn baby!

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  4. Finally, Congrats to the parents. This little baby boy,sure took his sweet little time to enter this world. Sure he did not wanted to share his Birthday with anyone,good for him. WELCOME TO THE WORLD LITTLE EARL OF DUMBARTON.

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  5. Congratulations to this lovely couple! My hope is that the little one is named Spencer after his mother's maiden name. As far as the little one being granted letters patent to be styled "his royal highness" and a royal prince, my hunch is that that will not happen. I don't think Prince Harry wants his children to be hindered by royal titles. So, he will most likely be styled the Earl Dumbarton or Lord Dumbarton one of his Prince Harry's subsidiary titles. Again, this is just a hunch, I could be completely wrong on all counts! Time will tell...

    I'm so happy at this wonderful news!

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    1. His mother's maiden name is Markle. I think it's unlikely that Spencer will feature - the British upper classes don't tend to go for surnames as first names. But maybe they feel less constrained by tradition as they aren't in the direct line.

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    2. I really wrote that second sentence wonky. Let me try again, "My hope is that the little one is named Spencer after Prince Harry's mother's maiden name: Lady Diana Spencer.

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    3. I would love Soencer as well.

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  6. I agree.

    Welcome sweet Baby Boy!

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  7. Congratulations!! Credit for both parents in regards of how to deal with all the social and printed media's pressure.
    Meghan went on to rest in the last couple of weeks before the birth, which it looks like the most sensible thing to do, and regardless of all the speculation, I am glad that they kept the birth private, and the proud parent has given to the public all that there is to know. Hopefully we will see the official portrait whenever it's appropriate and away from flashes, screams an pandemonium at the hospital steps.
    Best wishes to this lovely family.

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  8. Godness...I'm so happy for Meghan, Harry and baby Sussex..........all best wishes to the parents and the newborn baby!
    I'm so happy I'm afraid becoming stupid!
    More than welcome little boy!

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  9. Godness...I'm so happy for Meghan, Harry and baby Sussex..........all best wishes to the parents and the newborn baby!
    I'm so happy I'm afraid becoming stupid!
    More than welcome little boy!

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  10. Félicitations ! j'ai lu le communiqué officiel et je trouve triste que l'on ne mentionne nulle part le nom du grand-père maternel.

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    1. After the way he's behaved for the last 12 months?!

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    2. Le grand-père maternel a tout fait pour que ça fille coupe les ponts avec lui.

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    3. I agree with Fardoche. He's still the grandfather. I don't think it's right he didn't even meet Harry before they got married.

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    4. This is not our business. They know why the family does not function as it should.

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  11. Wonderful news - I hope he brings them lots of joy.

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  12. On behalf of the Monarchist League of South Australia; I congratulate you on the arrival of your son;may he have a long life,good health, a wealth of good friends and happiness.To all close relatives may you encourage all of his endeavours. Also to anyone else who has a new arrival in your family; all babies are special as they give us hope for the future.

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    1. You've nailed it. Congratulations to the Sussex family! Harry's excitement made everyone smile.

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  13. Wonderful news! I hope that Meghan's horrible father and sister leave her alone. Having a newborn and learning to be a mother is difficult enough the first months.

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  14. Congratulations and my best wishes for the parents and their first-born son. I am very happy for them, they are beaming with joy and happiness!
    I wish the sweet little boy a long, happy and healthy life, and most important, God's blessing for him and his parents!

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