Prince Harry’s First Words after the Birth of His Baby Boy

About an hour after Buckingham Palace revealed that Duchess Meghan Markle had gone into labor, Prince Harry stepped in front of the cameras to announce the birth of their baby boy.

Showing his excitement, Harry pointed out that the boy was healthy and that Meghan was also doing “incredibly well.” He added that it was the “most amazing experience I could ever possibly imagined.”

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The Prince said that what women do when they give birth was “beyond comprehension” and even took his time to thank people who have sent the Royal couple their love and positive energy.

Even though the baby was one week overdue, Harry said that he and Meghan were still thinking about names.

He made clear that in “two days” his family would share more information about the baby Prince, probably including his name and finally showing him to the world.

Finally, Harry admitted to being “incredibly proud” of his wife and that he was “over the moon.” The baby weighed 7lbs 3oz. Doria Ragland, Meghan’s mother, is with the Royal couple at Frogmore Cottage.

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