The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's new baby boy has been given a rare gift in the form of a special Winnie-the-Pooh a short animation.
One royal author says: “I think we’ve come to expect that this is a couple that will do things differently, they’ll shake up tradition, they’ll push those royal boundaries."
Ahead of the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son Archie, there were reports that the couple were looking to hire an American nanny or even a "manny" (a male nanny). Royal author Katie Nicholl says: "I think we’ve come to expect that this is a couple that will do things differently, they’ll shake up tradition, they’ll push those royal boundaries." Speaking to Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box,' Nicholl adds: "I think there’s every chance that the nanny could be American. "I think it’s probably quite likely that they’re not going to be a Norland nanny. I don’t think that sort of traditionalism, that perhaps we’ve seen with the Cambridges, is the way the Sussexes want to go. "I certainly hear that Harry, not just Meghan, would like to have a more relaxed approach to their parenting, perhaps a bit more modern and progressive in that respect. "So it could be a ‘Manny’ and it certainly could be American, but I don’t expect it will be a Norland nanny. I suspect it will probably be somebody who has been recommended by one of their good friends."
Harry said "missing a mother is like missing some kind of security, how you need that as a son and it falls away when you lose your mother."
One of the reasons why the Duke and Duchess of Sussex chose to move to Frogmore Cottage in Windsor is because they want to keep their newborn son away from the spotlight, says one royal author. Speaking on Yahoo UK’s ‘The Royal Box,’ author Katie Nicholl says: “One of the reasons that the couple chose to move to Frogmore in Windsor because they knew that they could create fortress there, that they could just get away, and that they felt that Kensington Palace was very much a goldfish bowl.” Harry and Meghan moved into the renovated Grade-II listed property at the beginning of April, ahead of the birth of their first child Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor
Archie will be the most popular name in the UK by 2025, according to new research. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex introduced their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor to the world on Wednesday, sparking a flood of interest in the name. Researchers at family history website Ancestry.co.uk measured its popularity by analysing historic census records and data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS).
Harry took a break from parenting today as he travelled to the Netherlands to launch the one-year countdown to the Invictus Games 2020. The duke watched a wheelchair basketball training session in a sports hall at the Sportscampus building.
New Royal baby, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, will become a Prince with his parents’ blessing once his grandfather Prince Charles is King, the Evening Standard has learned. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have agreed that their son will also be given the title “His Royal Highness” which is his right as the grandson of a reigning monarch through the male line. “The Sussexes have chosen not to give their children courtesy titles at this time, however, on the change of reign the George V convention would apply,” a senior source told the Evening Standard.
The first photo of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's "bundle of joy" has finally been revealed.
From outfits to body language, how other members of the Windsor clan presented their children to the world.