Later today, the couple also revealed they had named their adorable baby boy Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
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This has been lauded by royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams who said that the individuality shown by Harry and Meghan in their choice of non-traditionally royal names was "marvellous" and would "rejuvenate the monarchy". Another person mocked the name saying: "so... does that mean his full name is "archibald"? there goes all the "diana name tribute" theories..."
He added, "Archie has a British feel to it, whereas Harrison is more of an American name".
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"Archie" also comes from the Greek word "archos", meaning "master", according to website Oh Baby!
It comes after the royal couple broke with tradition and confirmed that baby Archie would not get a title. However, the royal parents reportedly chose to break with tradition and declined to give their baby any titles (a very modern move and probably Meghan-approved).
The new parents were pictured showing off baby Archie to the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, alongside Ms Ragland, at Windsor Castle. Since Archie means master, he's basically a double-master, and we wonder if this was brought up at all during the naming discussions.
Altough Archie fell out of favor in the USA decades agao, in the United Kingdom the name is rising in popularity. But despite the baby not receiving the title of prince, interest in the Royal Family - and is newest addition - is set to rise. "The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, shared new photos of their precious bundle of joy", Ebony magazine tweeted.