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Michelle Obama 'Can't Wait to Meet' Meghan Markle's Newborn Baby

Gracious Egedegbe
May 08, 2019
04:44 A.M.

Michelle Obama, the former first lady of the United States, congratulated Prince Harry and Meghan on the birth of their baby boy through an uplifting tweet.

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Michelle Obama, a well known political figure and global icon, expressed her excitement over the news of the delivery of the latest member of the royal family into the world.

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Just shortly after the announcement of the presence of a new member of the prestigious family, Michelle sent her good wishes to the royal pair on behalf of herself and her husband, Barack, and revealed that they couldn’t wait to meet the little boy who already bears the nickname “baby Sussex.”

The Obama household has always been a strong ally with the noble family, and the bond between both families has only grown stronger since.

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According to a source, the majestic couple welcomed their first child on May 6th. Since they broke the news via their official Instagram account, Harry, Meghan and of course, their adorable baby boy, have been the recipients of a massive amount of love and support from family members, their loyal fans and loved ones around the world.

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A social media user commented on the former first lady’s post:

“I feel like he will be the BEST Dad.”

Another hoped that the baby boy would be named after the former President of the United States, Barack Obama.

The baby boy who is Queen Elizabeth’s 8th great-grandchild, is also reportedly 7th in line to the British throne, behind Charles, Prince of Wales, William, Duke of Cambridge, Harry, Duke of Sussex his cousins, Prince George of Cambridge, Princess Charlotte of Cambridge and Prince Louis of Cambridge.

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As per reports, Prince Harry, the infant's Dad, revealed that both mother and child are doing very well and that they were still trying to decide the royal baby’s name.

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The adorable bundle of joy is said to have weighed 7Ibs 3oz which is just slightly below the average weight of newborn babies in Britain.

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Besides the Obama’s, other famous and influential individuals that sent their felicitations include Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Justin Welby, Patrick J Adams and so on.

The world is buzzing with excitement due to the birth of this gem and one can easily infer that the public eye is interested in the future of the royal baby and his contributions to the society at large.

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