The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced the name of their first child. His name is Archie Harrison, Kensington Palace has just confirmed in a statement.
He will be known as Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The newborn was introduced to the public for the first time on May 8, through an apparition with his parents at Windsor Castle. He also met his great-grandfather and his great-grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh this afternoon, a moment that was caught on camera and shared on the Instagram.
Before birth there was a lot of speculation about the real baby's first and last names and whether or not he would have a title. The child did not receive a royal title after birth due to a patent of letters passed by King George V in 1917. Prince George and his younger brothers received the titles of prince and princess, because they are children of Prince William, son of the prince of Wales, heir of the throne. The only way the son of Meghan and Harry can receive a title is if the Queen der.