Meghan and Harry’s royal baby: Everything you need to know
Meghan and Harry's royal baby: Everything you need to know
Meghan and Harry’s royal baby finally arrived in May 2019, after what felt like forever! Kensington Palace broke the news that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were expecting back in 1975 — wait, that’s not right — but that is how long it’s felt. In all seriousness, we found out Meghan Markle was pregnant in October 2018 and, at the time, the Palace also revealed a super vague due date of “spring of 2019.” Suffice to say, most of us have been coping with royal baby fever ever since we first heard of Meghan’s pregnancy — not that we’re mad about it.
Then, in the wee morning hours of Monday, May 6, 2019, Meghan and Prince Harry welcomed their first child. The royal couple has kept private some details surrounding the birth of their baby (as is their right), but they have slowly started to let the world in on the excitement. Yes, that means we have the deets! We even have reports that the new parents may have lied to all of us about one very important detail about baby. If you’ve been jonesing for the latest info about Meghan and Harry’s little bundle of joy — and we know you have — you’ll want to keep reading.