After a lot of speculations and anticipation, the royal family announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been blessed with a baby boy. The couple, with their child, even posed for the paparazzi later. Soon, we got to know that they named their son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. After the announcement of his name, Twitter users across the world started commenting on the same. One of Twitter users tweeted, “Didn’t peg the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as huge #Riverdale fans but hey #BabySussex #Archie.” Another tweeted,”I love the name Archie Harrison, he’s the only royal without a stuffy name.”
The new parents then introduced their little one to the Queen and Prince Philip and they even shared the adorable picture on their joint-Instagram account. Meghan’s mom Doria Ragland was also part of the family portrait.
Talking about Archie, his place in the line to the British is seventh and he will not be called as prince as Harry and Meghan want him to live a normal life. For the unversed, the couple decided to not accept a royal title which is typically given to the royal family members.
Talking why the couple decided to keep their firstborn’s name as Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, Prince Harry and Meghan wanted to pay tribute to Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana. Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll from Scotland was one of Diana’s ancestors. The middle name Harrison means “son of Harry”. Talking about his surname, Mountbatten was the surname which was taken up by Prince Philip’s late uncle Louis Mountbatten.