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Post by party animal - not! on Mon 06 May 2019, 15:18



Here is the BBC News feed - which alludes to this!

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Post by Donnamarie on Mon 06 May 2019, 16:24

Ahhh! Sweet. I hope Meghan came through it well!
Right PAN! On George’s Birthday no less.
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Post by Joanna on Mon 06 May 2019, 16:53

OH YOU MUST WATCH PRINCE HARRYS 

ANNOUNCEMENT ON CAMERA ABOUT 

HIS BABY BOY  !

ITS JUST WONDERFUL......AND I HOPE EVERY

MOTHER WILL LOVE HIM ABOUT HIS PRAISE OF

EVERY WOMEN WHO GOES THROUGH THE 

EXPERIENCE OF GIVING BIRTH.

WELL DONE HARRY. XX

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Post by Joanna on Mon 06 May 2019, 16:55

PS....And on George's Birthday too. 

He can't be called George.....

But maybe Timothy. LOL
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[size=34]Baby Sussex is unveiled to the world! First pictures of royal newborn as Prince Harry cradles his 'little bundle of joy' and Meghan gushes: 'I have the two best guys in the world' (but couple don't reveal their son's name)[/size]


  • Royal fans around the world were given their first ever glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son today

  • Baby Sussex made his very first public appearance along with his thrilled parents Prince Harry and Meghan

  • The boy, who is seventh-in-line to the throne, was lovingly cradled by first-time father Harry at Windsor Castle

  • The historic photocall took place two days after Meghan gave birth at a London hospital on Monday morning


By ALEXANDER ROBERTSON FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 07:40 EDT, 8 May 2019 | UPDATED: 09:12 EDT, 8 May 2019

     


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have proudly showed off their baby son to the world for the first time today as his beaming parents finally showed off their 'own little bundle of joy' to millions of royal fans across the globe.
Baby Sussex made his very first public appearance at a photocall alongside a thrilled Prince Harry and Meghan in the grounds of Windsor Castle, where the new family have been holed up since the historic birth on Monday.
The two-day-old infant was lovingly cradled by his adoring father and watched attentively by Meghan, who was herself pictured for the first time in six weeks since withdrawing from public life ahead of the birth.
The couple appeared to be beside themselves with joy, giggling and looking into each other's eyes as they spoke, while Harry could not resist sneaking a peek down at his son as he apparently slept. 

Speaking for only three minutes from inside the majestic St George's Hall at Windsor Castle, a radiant Meghan declared: 'It's magic, it's pretty amazing. He's just been the dream so it's been a special couple of days.
'I have the two best guys in the world so I'm really happy. He has the sweetest temperament, he's really calm.'
The duke and duchess were greeted by both British and American media after they insisted on a US broadcaster being present – before picking the channel fronted by one of Meghan's best friends, Gayle King.
They answered several questions before leaving the hall as they prepared to introduce the infant to the Queen this afternoon, where they are expected to inform the monarch of her great-grandson's name.
While the Queen was expected to be the first senior royal to officially meet the newborn, a giddy Meghan revealed how they accidentally bumped into the Duke of Edinburgh in the grounds of Windsor Castle while making their way to the photocall.
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Baby Sussex (pictured) made his very first public appearance at a photocall alongside a thrilled Prince Harry and Meghan in the grounds of Windsor Castle, where the new family have been holed up since the historic birth on Monday
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The world has been given its first ever glimpse of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's newborn son today as his beaming parents finally showed off their 'own little bundle of joy' to millions of royal fans across the globe
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The couple appeared to be beside themselves with joy, giggling and looking into each other's eyes as they spoke, while Harry could not resist sneaking a peek down at his son as he apparently slept
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The loved-up couple waved to the camera before walking off as they prepare to introduce the infant to his great-grandmother, the Queen, later today



[size=34]Queen becomes the first member of the royal family to meet Baby Sussex officially today [/size]


The Queen has become the first member of the royal family to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's newborn son today.  
After introducing Baby Sussex to the world, the proud new parents have taken their son to see the 93-year-old monarch at Windsor Castle this afternoon. 
The baby is seventh-in-line to the British throne and her eighth great-grandchild. 
Her Majesty is meeting the two-day-old boy, who has been with his parents at their home in Frogmore Cottage, near her Windsor Castle residence, since Monday. 
Prior to taking him to see his great-grandmother, Harry and Meghan were overcome with pride as they posed for photos with their 'own little bundle of joy' in St George's Hall, at lunchtime today. 
Asked about going to see the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, Meghan said: 'We just bumped into the duke as we were walking by which was so nice. So it'll be a nice moment to introduce the baby to more family and my mum's with us as well.'



She said: 'We just bumped into the duke as we were walking by which was so nice. So it'll be a nice moment to introduce the baby to more family and my mum's with us as well.' 
Asked who the baby takes after, Meghan added: 'We're still trying to figure that out.'
Harry said: 'Everyone says that babies change so much over two weeks we're basically monitoring how the changing process happens over this next month really. But his looks are changing every single day, so who knows.'
Asked how he found parenting, Harry added: 'It's great. Parenting is amazing. It's only been two and a half days, three days, but we're just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy.'
Harry said they were looking forward to spending some 'precious times with him as he slowly, slowly starts to grow up.' 
Later, asked to show more of their son's face to the cameras, Meghan laughed as Harry joked: 'He's already got a little bit of facial hair as well, wonderful.'
Meghan added: 'Thank you everybody for all the well wishes and kindness, it just means so much.'
The baby, whose name has not yet been announced, is seventh in line to the throne and the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh's eighth great-grandchild and the Prince of Wales's fourth grandchild.
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Speaking for only a few minutes from inside the majestic St George's Hall at Windsor Castle, a radiant Meghan, who struggled to take her eyes off her beaming husband, said she had the 'two best guys in the world'
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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are pictured with their baby son in the majestic setting of St George's Hall at Windsor Castle today
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A smiling Meghan cannot keep her eyes off her husband and new baby as the couple unveil their new 'bundle of joy' today
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The beaming couple look completely besotted with their new son as they arrive at St George's Hall to give the world the first glimpse of Baby Sussex
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The couple revealed their plans to present their newborn to the Queen later today, having bumped into the Duke of Edinburgh shortly before the photocall
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[size=34]The unanswered questions: How Meghan and Harry are yet to reveal a name, where the baby was born and who his godparents will be [/size]


Harry and Meghan beamed as they presented their newborn son to the world at St George's Hall, Windsor Castle this afternoon. 
They spoke of their delight at becoming parents and Baby Sussex's 'calm temperament'.
But they chose not to reveal his name and still haven't disclosed where he was born.
Here is a list of things we are still waiting to find out about the newest addition to the Royal Family: 
What's the baby's name? 
We are still waiting to find out what Baby Sussex's name is.
Bookies' favourites include James, Arthur, Edward, Oliver and Jacob.
There are also rumours he will be named after his great-grandfather, Prince Philip or his grandfather Prince Charles. 
Where was he born? A home birth or hospital
Royal sources told The Mail this week that Meghan's hopes of a home birth at Frogmore Cottage were dashed after she went more than a week over her due date.
But Harry and Meghan are yet to confirm whether Baby Sussex was born at home in Windsor or in a hospital.
They were rumoured to have opted for Frimley Park NHS Hospital in Surrey, but it is now believed Meghan may have chosen The Portland Hospital in central London.
Childbirth packages at The Portland cost between £15,000 and £20,000. 
It is also still unclear whether Meghan was induced. 
Will the baby have famous godparents?
The Duke and Duchess are yet to reveal who they have chosen to be their son's god parents.
There is a long list of famous names in the running, including Meghan's friends Jessica Mulroney, Serena Williams and Amal Clooney. 
Harry's potential choices include his cousin Zara Tindall and her husband Mike, his childhood friend Charlie Van Straubenzee and close pal Nicholas Van Cutsem.  
Will he have an American passport?
Meghan and Harry want their as-yet-unnamed child to grow up a global citizen, royal insiders have said. 
The couple have made no secret of their wish to be the 'inclusive' face of the monarchy.
The boy would be entitled to a US passport because his mother was born in Los Angeles and is still an American citizen. 
His parents would first have to apply for American citizenship on his behalf. 
A senior source stressed nothing has been decided yet, but added: 'I think it is likely that they will.'



Shortly after the first photographs surfaced worldwide, royal fans went into meltdown as they declared that the baby looks 'just like Momma'.
Others were quick to point out 'beautiful' Meghan looked post-birth, after the duchess was pictured for the first time in six weeks after going on maternity leave from public appearances.
In what was seen as a break from recent royal procedure, the photocall took place two days after the birth near Frogmore Cottage, where Meghan has been recovering since Monday alongside her mother Doria Ragland.
While the Duchess of Cambridge faced the media outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital a few hours after all three of their children were born, American-born Meghan is said to have considered the idea as archaic.
Baby Sussex arrived at 5.26am on Monday, weighing 7lb 3oz, and is thought to have been born at the Portland Hospital in London, a plush US-owned hospital favoured by many wealthy American expats.
Meghan - who had been more than a week overdue - is believed to have gone into labour late on Sunday, when she was driven 28 miles away to a London hospital, ending her hopes of a home birth. 
It comes after Harry and Meghan, 37, insisted that a US broadcaster be present during the unveiling of their baby son, choosing a channel fronted by one of Meghan's best friends.
The couple arranged for CBS, the network whose morning show is fronted by the duchess's confidante Gayle King – a guest at her New York baby shower – to join a small British media contingent for the photocall. 
Miss King was with the couple at their private residence of Frogmore Cottage at the weekend, having arrived in the UK to film what she called a 'royal special'.
The show, Meghan and Harry Plus One, is set to air on CBS on May 17, and will feature chats from royal insiders and Meghan's friends to mark the one-year anniversary of the royal marriage and the birth of their first child.
It is thought the 64-year-old journalist returned to the US before Meghan was admitted to hospital in the early hours of Monday to give birth.
The decision to include a US broadcaster came as a surprise to British television channels including the BBC and ITV – not to mention many at Buckingham Palace.
Despite CBS's attendance, a royal source said it would not receive any exclusive content from the photocall and would be expected to share all of its material.
But the American network's involvement in such a high-profile event usually reserved for British media representatives will still be viewed as a huge scoop stateside. 
Last night a palace aide said: 'There is an international cameraman accredited to the pool facility tomorrow. CBS will provide the cameraman.
'This reflects the international interest in the story. The international camera spot was self-selected and the pictures will be available for pool use.'
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The Queen looked relaxed and excited at the Windsor Horse Show this morning ahead of meeting her new great-grandson later today
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The Queen wrapped up against the rain and cold this morning as she attended the Windsor Horse Show ahead of today's photocall with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex
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Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, arrive at the Leipzig train Station in Leipzig this morning during their three-day trip to Germany
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Prince Harry was clearly delighted to be a new father as he discussed the news of his son's birth in an impromptu press conference at Windsor Castle on Monday

[size=34]How Meghan and Harry's son is SEVENTH in line to the throne after his father[/size]


The baby boy comes behind their father Prince Harry in the line of succession.
He will supersede Andrew in the line of succession following a 2011 change in law that granted the same status to sons and daughters. 
But the child will not be given the title of prince and he will instead be known as the Earl of Dumbarton. 
1. Prince Charles
2. Prince William
3. Prince George
4. Princess Charlotte
5. Prince Louis 
6. Prince Harry 
7. Baby Sussex 
8. Prince Andrew
9. Princess Beatrice
10. Princess Eugenie
11. Prince Edward 
12. James, Viscount Severn 
13. Lady Louise Windsor
14. Princess Anne 
15. Peter Phillips 
16. Savannah Phillips
17. Isla Phillips
18. Zara Tindall 
19. Mia Tindall 
20. Lena Tindall
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It came as royal fans patiently waited for their first glimpse of the newborn in a photo shoot, with took place today. 
The event was covered by Sky News, which was selected randomly following other submissions from the BBC and ITV.
According to ITV's royal correspondent Chris Ship, the same process was undertaken to decide which American network would cover the event.
He was told CBS was also picked at random following submissions by fellow US broadcasters NBC and ABC.
A source said last night the arrangements were made to 'reflect the international interest in the story'. 
By coincidence – or not – CBS's morning show is hosted by Meghan's great friend Miss King, who is also close to Oprah Winfrey, another a friend of the royal couple and a guest at their wedding. 
Handily for her, it is expected that footage of Baby Sussex will be broadcast in America in time for her popular breakfast show, This Morning.
CBS star Miss King was among just 20 guests to attend Meghan's lavish five-day baby shower in New York in February, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Serena Williams.  
Senior royals have already spoken about the joy of the new arrival, with Prince William saying on Tuesday he was 'absolutely thrilled' and 'looking forward to seeing them in the next few days when things have quietened down'.
He added: 'I'm very pleased and glad to welcome my own brother into the sleep deprivation society that is parenting.' 
His wife Kate beamed: 'As William said, we're looking forward to meeting him and finding out what his name's going to be so it's really exciting for both of them and we wish them all the best.
'These next few weeks are always a bit daunting the first time round so we wish them all the best.' 
The Prince of Wales has also spoken publicly for the first time about the birth, saying he was 'delighted' at arrival of his latest grandchild.
During an official visit to Germany with the Duchess of Cornwall, Charles said on Tuesday: 'We couldn't be more delighted at the news and we're looking forward to meeting the baby when we return.'
Harry's grandmother the Queen accepted the congratulations of a Windsor Castle guest who asked: 'Life is good for Your Majesty?'
The Queen, who was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh, was hosting a lunch on Tuesday for members of the Order of Merit and smiling said in reply 'yes, thank you'.
The infant is believed to be the first mixed-race child born to a senior member of the royal family in centuries and is a reflection of modern Britain with its culturally diverse population. 
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Within hours of becoming new parents, the happy couple had returned to their home, Frogmore Cottage (above), with their infant son
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Meghan and Harry are thought to have welcomed their first son into the world at the private Portland Hospital in London, where even a 'basic' delivery costs £15,000
 

How Harry and Meghan have broken with tradition by waiting two days to unveil their newborn in stage-managed photocall - in stark contrast to William and Kate and Charles and Diana
By Alexander Robertson for MailOnline
The first photograph of a royal baby became not just a British but a global phenomenon in the 20th century, with the world's media and royal fans across the globe ever eager to catch a fleeting glimpse of new prince or princess.
In recent times, senior royals such as the Duchess of Cambridge and Diana, Princess of Wales have all been photographed holding their newborns outside the hospitals where they gave birth.
But in what was seen as a break from recent royal procedure, today's photocall took place two days after the birth near Frogmore Cottage, where Meghan has been recovering since Monday alongside her mother Doria Ragland.
While the Duchess of Cambridge faced the media outside the Lindo Wing of St Mary's Hospital a few hours after all three of their children were born, American-born Meghan is said to have considered the idea as archaic. 
Her husband Prince Harry was photographed in similar conditions after he came into the world at the private Lindo Wing at 4.20pm, weighing 6lb 14oz, on September 15, 1984.
Harry, now the Duke of Sussex, arrived in the same room at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, London, where older brother Prince William was born two years earlier.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are pictured on the steps of the Lindo Wing following the birth of George in 2013 (shown left) and Charlotte in 2015 (right)
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Prince Charles and Princess Diana are shown leaving St Mary's Hospital after the birth of their first baby son Prince William in 1982 (left), and at the same hospital two years later for the birth of Harry (right)
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The Princess of Wales was in labour for nine hours and the delivery of the baby prince, then third in line to the throne, was said to be uncomplicated.
Charles, who had been at Diana's side, told the waiting crowd that the arrival had been 'much quicker than last time' and his baby son had 'pale blue eyes' and hair of 'a sort of indeterminate colour'.
Speaking to reporters, he described the baby as 'marvellous', adding when asked if he expected a boy: 'No. It doesn't matter what it was as long as it's alright... I couldn't be more delighted.'
The prince had first phoned the Queen, and then Diana's father Earl Spencer, telling him: 'He's a lovely baby.'
Less than 24 hours later, 23-year-old Diana left hospital as the proud parents showed off their newborn on the steps of the Lindo.
Two-year-old William had been brought in the morning by his father to meet his younger brother.
The newspapers reported how the blond toddler, who was dressed in red shorts, a white shirt with red embroidery, white ankle socks and traditional leather bar shoes, ran down the corridor into Diana's arms as she called his name.
He was said to be 'very, very excited about seeing his new brother'.
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The world gets its first glimpse of Princess Beatrice in the arms of the Duchess of York outside Portland Hospital in London in 1988
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One of the first official photographs of the Duke and Duchess of York at Balmoral with their daughter Princess Beatrice, released two weeks after her birth in 1988
One royal aide revealed at the time: 'There was a lot of laughter coming from the princess's bedroom.'
The introduction was judged a success, with William holding baby Harry's hand as he lay in his cot.
He reportedly spent 20 minutes there, before being taken home by his nanny Barbara Barnes, waving to the crowds as he left like a royal pro.
Harry, whose full name was announced as Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales, made his first journey in the back of a blue Daimler home to nearby Kensington Palace.
Hours later, Charles celebrated the birth with an impromptu drinks party from the back of a Land Rover at Smith's Lawn polo ground in Windsor.
The heir to the throne handed out champagne in plastic cups to polo friends after a match he organised to mark the occasion.
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Prince Andrew and Sarah Duchess of York with new baby daughter Princess Eugenie, pictured as they leave the Portland Hospital in London in 1990
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Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips are seen leaving St. Mary's Hospital in Paddington with their daughter Zara in 1981 (left). Shown right, Princess Anne says goodbye to her gynaecologist George Pinker after the birth of Peter in 1977
But all was not well behind the scenes in the royal couple's marriage.
The princess years later told her biographer Andrew Morton when she collaborated with him on the bombshell book Diana: Her True Story that she had known Harry would be a boy, but not told her husband.
'I knew Harry was going to be a boy because I saw it on the scan. Charles always wanted a girl... I knew Harry was a boy and I didn't tell him,' she said.
Diana claimed Charles's first comment was, 'Oh God, it's a boy', followed by 'and he's even got red hair'.
The prince's joke was the beginning of the end of their marriage, with Diana recalling: 'Something inside me closed off.'
The prince's biographer Jonathan Dimbleby wrote that following Harry's birth, the couple were living 'within the shell of a normal marriage' and lacked 'intimacy and mutual understanding'.
Dimbleby said that, in the months that followed Harry's birth, Diana continued to suffer from mood swings, distress and paranoia, and that the gulf between husband and wife, who went on to separate in 1992, failed to close.
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Prince Edward and Sophie Countess Of Wessex present their baby son James, Viscount Severn to the world outside Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey in 2007
 

'Just like momma!': Fans are left in tears over the first glimpse of Baby Sussex - and everyone's convinced he looks exactly like Meghan
By Claire Toureille For Mailonline 
Royal fans have gone into meltdown after Harry and Meghan introduced Baby Sussex to the world for the first time, declaring that he looks 'just like Momma'. 
Although Harry and Meghan declined to say who they think he takes after, royal fans were sure the new baby resembles his mother. 
'Everyone says the baby has changed so much over the two weeks. We are basically monitoring how the changing process over this next month. But his looks are changing every single day, so who knows,' Harry said. 
Declaring the newborn 'precious', Twitter users were overjoyed at seeing the new arrival after a long wait, when Meghan went over her due date.  
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were seen with their newborn son for the first time today, following his arrival early Monday morning. 
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Peter Andre was among the first people to send their wellwishes to the new parents following today's historic photocall
New parents Harry, 34, and Meghan, 37, beamed with pride as they took part in a photo call within St George's Hall in Windsor, near their home at Frogmore Cottage.
Within minutes of the photos being shared, royal supporters from around the world shared their delight on Twitter and Instagram.
Unlike the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Harry and Meghan decided to eschew the royal tradition of posing for photos with the baby in the hours after the birth in favour of keeping the moment private for family. 
However the couple did make plans to introduce their son today and appeared in front of a handful of members of the press.
Harry and Meghan have been enjoying the experience of being new parents at their Frogmore Cottage home near the Queen's Windsor Castle residence. 
Family members spoke about the joy of the new arrival with the Duke of Cambridge saying on Tuesday he was 'obviously thrilled, absolutely thrilled, and obviously looking forward to seeing them in the next few days when things have quietened down'.
He added: 'I'm very pleased and glad to welcome my own brother into the sleep deprivation society that is parenting.'
Harry was at his wife's side during the birth on Monday and he later confessed he had only had a few hours' sleep, suggesting Meghan had spent much of the night in labour.
Kate revealed they had no clues about the baby's name but were eager to see the Sussexes and their new arrival.
She said: 'As William said, we're looking forward to meeting him and finding out what his name's going to be so it's really exciting for both of them and we wish them all the best.

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He is adorable and they look so happy.

I love how they handled the photos. Calm peaceful environment no yelling and screaming press and fans.

It makes perfect sense that they wouldn't announce the name until the Queen had met her great grandson in person and was told the name first.

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