Published: Sat, May 18, 2019
Entertaiment | By Paul Elliott

Things We Learned From Meghan and Harry Plus One

Things We Learned From Meghan and Harry Plus One

It comes as United States broadcaster CBS prepares to air a programme called: Meghan and Harry, Plus One.

Buckingham Palace has released Archie Harrison Mountbattan Windsor's birth certificate showing his place of birth.

She was rumoured to have opted for a home birth with her first child, but baby Archie's birth certificate has now confirmed his mum Meghan actually gave birth in a private hospital.

Regardless of where he was born, we're just so happy Archie is FINALLY here!

It lists the mother's name as "Rachel Meghan Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex".

Sarah, Duchess of York welcomed Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie at Portland Hospital.

Archie, the seventh in line to the throne and an eighth great-grandchild for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, arrived at 5.26am on May 6, weighing 7lb 3oz.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex broke with recent royal tradition in the choice.

It is unknown as to whether Meghan and Harry have ever discussed the issue privately, although chances are, they have.

When Harry announced to the world his wife had given birth to a boy he could not hide his happiness at becoming a father for the first time, to a baby he said was "absolutely to-die-for".

For even more insight into Meghan's whirlwind first year as a royal-including her reaction to that shoutout from Beyoncéand Jay-Z-keep scrolling!

The prince registered the birth of his son but Meghan may well have been present as well. Harry and Meghan will get to decide at that time if the title is wanted.

She has expressed her feelings that Meghan and Harry should be forgiving of anything that happened in the past and let the Markle family be a part of Archie's life.

However, much like her sister-in-law the Duchess of Cambridge, Meghan Markle goes by her duchess title. "I learned [that] they're two people in love, we all knew that", Gayle told ET after filming.

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