Meghan Markle gave birth to a healthy boy and, along with Prince Harry, introduced Baby Sussex to the world. Normally, the couple is expected to pose for photos after leaving the Lindo Wing following the birth. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, however, shifted from the royal tradition one more time. The first official picture after childbirth was taken at St. George's Hall in Windsor.
The baby named Archie Harrison is definitely one of a kind in the royal family. And here is why!
Meghan and Harry are surely proud of their firstborn.
The royal couple carefully selected several photographers and videographers for this special occasion. So, it's not a big surprise that the pictures are simply adorable.
Royal commentator Andrew Morton said that:
"Their decision to avoid the media circus on the steps of St Mary's Paddington hospital, as with recent royal births, is also their way of showing that they are aiming for a different kind of life for their baby boy."
For their first appearance in public, Meghan picked a white sleeveless dress with a tie waist and buttons. The new mother looked absolutely glowing in the pictures and didn’t try to hide her baby bump and swollen feet.
Many fans of the royal couple, however, could not help waiting to see the baby and, what is more important, his hair! Imagine how disappointed they must have been to see that Baby Sussex's hair was hidden under a white knit cap.
Many of them shared their disappointment on Twitter, begging the couple to reveal the mystery.
Unfortunately, it wasn't only the baby's covered hair that sent royal fans into a frenzy. Prince Harry's controversial words caused an even louder stir and left people confused.
"Everyone says that babies change so much over two weeks. We're basically monitoring how the changing process happens over this next month really. But his looks are changing every single day, so who knows."
Attentive listeners displayed much skepticism in their social media profiles:
“So she says couple days, He says he’s changed in TWO WEEKS, then says “it’s only been 2-3 days? Something is not right.”
While some suspicious fans are looking for the answer, all we can do at this juncture of history is to wish Archie to have a dense and healthy mane on his head, regardless of its color.