Five things we learned from Archie's birth certificate

Carla Harmon
May 18, 2019

Prince Harry settled privacy and data protection claims today against a news agency that hovered over his home in a helicopter and took photos directly into his living room and bedroom.

She's known to have an affinity for personal, handwritten letters, having penned them in the past for a selection of dedicated royal family fans, as well as magazine editors, and the now-famous letter to her father. Rumor has it she accessed the hospital undetected via an underground tunnel.

A shocker, we know.

While the tunnel part hasn't been confirmed, one important detail is finally clarified: Meghan Markle gave birth in a hospital.

Aside from this revelation, most of the information contained in the certificate is already public knowledge - including the full names of Archie Harrison Mountbatten and his parents, Rachel Meghan Markle and His Royal Highness Henry Charles Albert David Duke of Sussex.

Regardless of where he was born, we're just so happy Archie is FINALLY here! According to People, a representative from the Westminster Registrar's Office visited Frogmore Cottage personally to collect the document.

Daniel, who famously created Meghan's wedding look past year, also recalled the moment the bride walked down the aisle solo until she was met by Prince Charles.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex first introduced their new son, Archie, to the world earlier this month on 8 May, two days after his birth.

It's also where Victoria Beckham gave birth to sons Brooklyn and Romeo.

The birth certificate of Archie Harrison, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's child, filed Friday shows that the newest member of the royal family was born at the private Portland Hospital in London, per Page Six.

Kate Middleton's occupation is also listed on all of Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis' certificates as "Princess", when she is also a Duchess.

So, when exactly can we expect to next see Meghan?

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