• Princess Eugenie FINALLY addresses new royal baby - see her sweet tribute

    Princess Eugenie is already obsessed with her baby cousin once removed, Archie Harrison! The royal appeared to be delighted for her cousin, Prince Harry, and his wife Meghan Markle, and their new bundle of joy as she shared a photo of their baby announcement on her own Instagram account. Sharing a beautiful black-and-white snap of the couple with Archie, she captioned the photo: "I'm just so happy for you!" along with a love heart emoji. Eugenie shared a sweet snap of Harry and Meghan on Instagram Up until yesterday, the royal had not been active on Instagram and had not liked

  • Why Archie Harrison has a different surname than Prince Harry and Meghan

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle introduced their beautiful baby son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to the world on Wednesday, but his name announcement left many fans of the royal family scratching their heads about where the surname 'Mountbatten' came from. In fact, Harry and Meghan are paying tribute to the Prince's grandfather, Prince Philip, who brought the surname into the royal family after marrying the Queen. Meet Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor In 1947, Prince Philip of Greece was naturalised as a British citizen and became Philip Mountbatten instead while serving as a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy. The surname 'Mountbatten-Windsor' has subsequently been

  • The one thing you didn't see during baby Archie's photocall

    All eyes were may have been on the Duke and Duchess of Sussex and little baby Archie during their first photocall as a family of three on Wednesday afternoon, but take a look at the action from behind-the-scenes below. A journalist from Sky News took to Twitter to post a picture of the camera working hard to capture the precious moment. "Shoutout to some people who never get a mention but bravo to the Sky News camera team who kept their cool and produced the historic moment the world met baby Archie," the tweet read. Shoutout to some people who

  • Is this the REAL reason Meghan Markle chose Archie for the royal baby's name?

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are the proud parents of son Archie Harrison, who they welcomed on Monday 6 May. And on Wednesday, royal fans were delighted when they presented their son to the world. It has been revealed that the baby's middle name – Harrison – was in tribute to dad Harry, meaning Harry's son, and fans are now convinced that Archie has an equally special meaning. Archie is a close acronym to Rachel – Meghan's real name. After the chosen moniker was revealed on the Sussex Royal's Instagram account, many followers were quick to pick up on

  • George Clooney already knows what Archie Harrison's future sibling should be called

    George Clooney has opened up about his friends' Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's choice of baby name, and has revealed that he is a big fan of the name 'Archie'. Chatting on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, the actor, who now shares a birthday with the newborn, joked that he was "stealing [his] thunder" before adding: "Archie! It's a good name." Harry and Meghan announced their baby son's name on Wednesday Referencing the Archie Comics and its TV adaptation Riverdale, George also joked that the royal couple might name their second child after another character on the show, Jughead. He said: "It's

  • Royal correspondent reveals what it was like to meet Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's baby

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made sure only a handful of people were present when they introduced baby Archie to the world on Wednesday. And it was Press Association's royal correspondent, Alan Jones, who was given the opportunity to interview the royal couple since becoming first-time parents. Alan, professionally known as Tony, confessed there was "nervous tension" before the couple and their baby entered Saint George's Hall in Windsor, and he said that as the minutes ticked past the arranged time: "You could feel the twitchiness amongst the press." Prince Harry and Meghan with baby Archie "So it was a

  • Prince Harry and Meghan's son isn't the first biracial royal baby – find out who is

    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex thrilled fans after introducing their baby boy to the world on Wednesday. And while many stated that Archie Harrison has made history as the first biracial baby to be born into the royal family in contemporary times, this is not strictly true. Lady Davina Windsor, who is 31st in line to the British throne, shares two children with her ex-husband Gary Lewis, a New Zealander of Maori descent. The pair welcomed their first child, daughter Senna Kowhai, in June 2010 followed by their son Tāne Mahuta in May 2012. Davina and Gary married in 2004

  • When will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle register baby Archie's birth?

    Following the arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's baby son Archie Harrison on Monday, the world has been excitedly anticipating updates on their first child. On Wednesday, Archie's proud parents introduced him for the first time in St George's Hall, Windsor, and the next step will see them registering their little boy's birth. With Prince Harry in the Netherlands on Thursday, it isn't likely that they would do it without him, but it could happen any day from Friday onwards. The Cambridge family registered Princess Charlotte just three days after her birth and went on 5 May

  • Prince Philip is very much the proud grandad as he watches Lady Louise compete

    After meeting his grandson Prince Harry's new baby on Wednesday, Prince Philip made sure he was on hand to cheer on his granddaughter, Lady Louise Windsor, the following day. The 97-year-old royal looked every inch the doting grandfather as he sat in his carriage watching Lady Louise drive a horse-drawn carriage during the Royal Windsor Horse Show in Windsor. Her mother, the, Countess of Wessex, and the Queen were also there for moral support. It's not surprising the Queen, who is a regular at the horse show, made an appearance as it's clearly one of her favourite events of the

  • Exclusive: Royal wedding cellist Skeku Kanneh-Mason has sweet message for baby Archie

    In an exclusive shoot and interview at the family home in Nottingham, cellist Skeku Kanneh-Mason reveals how life has changed a year on since he played at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. "I enjoyed every moment of it. The atmosphere was buzzing and I felt lucky to play in such a beautiful building," the 20-year-old musician tells HELLO! of the historic event at St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle last May. Skeku Kanneh-Mason played the cello at the royal wedding He also tells how, "I've had strangers come up to me in the street and ask if

  • Prince Harry reveals the ways baby Archie has changed his life - full quotes

    The Duke of Sussex has opened up about the joys of fatherhood, four days after his wife Meghan gave birth to their little boy, who has been named Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. During his engagement in The Hague for the Invictus Games in 2020, Prince Harry said Archie has "given him a new focus and goal" in his life and how becoming a father has made him feel the loss of his mother. Dennis van der Stroom, 31, a former soldier who hopes to compete for The Netherlands Invictus team, described his conversation with Harry as "amazing and emotional". Prince Harry

  • Prince Harry reveals details of first day with baby Archie

    The Duke of Sussex gave a sweet insight into his first day with baby Archie Harrison while launching the Invictus Games 2020 countdown in The Hague on Thursday. The new dad said that his son slept his way through his first 24 hours, before demanding feeding and attention from his parents. Prince Harry spoke about the early days of parenting with his friend JJ Chalmers, who recalled: "He said it’s amazing but it’s hard work. He said that [Archie] slept for the first 24 hours like all babies do . . . and then he woke up." Prince Harry said that

  • OPINION: It's a joy to watch Prince Harry leave the sadness of his childhood behind him

    For so long, in the eyes of the public, Prince Harry was the lost little boy bearing unimaginable grief to walk solemnly behind his mother’s coffin. He has since grown up into a much admired and respected soldier and role model – despite a few hiccups along the way. But it wasn’t until he met and married Meghan Markle a year ago this month that the nation’s mental image of him fully shifted to that of a contented married man. I’ve written about Harry’s life and career on and off for 14 years and having watched him at work both in the