Meghan Markle and Prince Harry proudly show their offspring: First video of Baby Sussex!
Today the new parents Meghan Markle and Prince Harry presented their offspring to the public for the first time. The happy couple showed the baby at a photo op at Windsor Castle.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry showed Baby Sussex for the first time today
The Duchess wore an A-silhouette sleeveless dress and her husband wore a light gray suit. Meghan proudly stated that her son was very calm and had a really balanced temperament. She also revealed that the two-day-old baby is constantly changing and the family cannot yet say who it looks like. She then reported that she had the two best boys in the world and that she was very happy. Prince Harry, proudly holding his son in his arms, joked that the baby already had a bit of hair on his face. The little boy will be called “Earl of Dumbarton”, but the couple did not reveal his name at the press conference.
Meghan Markle gets support from mother Doria Ragland
The duke couple will get support from Doria Ragland – Meghan Markle’s mother – in the next few days. She stands by her daughter’s side and is well prepared for her new role as grandma – according to reports from US magazines, she trained as a nanny and attended first aid courses. The American wants to visit her first grandchild in England as often as possible in the future. It is said that a room in Frogmore Cottage is specially furnished for her.
Meghan and Harry also received congratulations and support from other family members. Prince Charles, who is currently visiting Berlin with his wife Camilla, proudly declared that he is very happy about the addition to the family. His other son, Prince William and his wife Kate, had also congratulated the couple. The two, who already have three children, humorously welcomed Harry to “the company of sleepless parents”. They reported that they are very happy and hope to visit their nephew in the next few days. Now little Louis, his sister Charlotte and the Prince of Throne George also have a play partner.