Britain’s Prince Harry and his wife Meghan flaunted their newborn child to the world on Wednesday, describing having a baby “magic.” Holding his child, covered by a white blanket and wearing a cap, Harry and Meghan showed up before a little gathering of media at St George’s Hall in Windsor château where they held their wedding a year ago.
New mother Meghan seemed passionate as she portrayed how she currently has the “two best guys in the world” after the introduction of Baby Sussex. “It’s magic, it’s truly stunning. I have the two best guys in the world so I’m really happy,” she said.
Two hours after the photocall, the couple posted their three most loved pictures on the official Instagram. At the point when asked who the newborn most looks alike, Prince Harry said they would need to “monitor him over the next month” since “his looks are changing every day”. The two parents’ happiness was clearly seen as they introduced their newborn to the world, as the Duke portrayed him as their “very own bundle of joy”.
This evening, Baby Sussex will meet the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, and Meghan said she “cannot wait” to introduce him to their family. Baby Sussex is named as Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
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