Is Meghan Markle And Prince Harry’s Son Older Than We Thought? SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXfT0LLOvDM : Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced that they welcomed a beautiful baby boy into the world on Monday, May 6, 2019. But if speculation on the internet is to be believed, little Archie may have actually been born two weeks earlier.
This theory stems from Meghan and Harry’s meeting with the press inside Windsor Castle on Wednesday, May 8, during which time they introduced their firstborn son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, to the masses. While giving everyone a peek at their precious little one, Harry responded to a question about which parent baby Archie looks like the most, telling the media,
“Everyone says that babies change so much over two weeks, so we’re sort of monitoring how this changing process happens over this next month really.”
Prince Harry continued to talk about his baby bundle of joy:
“But his looks are changing every single day so who knows. Parenting has been amazing. It’s only been what two-and-a-half days, three days but we’re just so thrilled.”
It could be that Harry’s saying it’s too early to tell just exactly who their son will take after in appearance. But, as reported by The Sun, some people thought that Harry’s comments may have actually been a slip-up and that he’d just accidentally revealed that his baby wasn’t born two days earlier – but rather two weeks earlier. Twitter users immediately fired off:
“Did Harry just say the baby ‘has changed over the last two weeks?'”
“Harry just said ‘babies change a lot in two weeks!’ Slip of the tongue.”
As noted by SheKnows, if Archie was actually born two weeks before his introduction at Windsor Castle’s St. George’s Hall, he could’ve been brought into the world around Easter Sunday, April 21. That same day, Meghan was noticeably absent from the Easter service, though Harry, his brother Prince William, and Duchess Kate Middleton all attended, as reported by Harper’s Bazaar.
About a week later, it was reported that Queen Elizabeth II had visited Meghan at her home at Frogmore Cottage, via People magazine. And, according to SheKnows, this had many theorizing that Meghan had already had her baby.
But we doubt any of this conjecture about baby Archie’s alleged April birth has any to truth to it. Just because Meghan and Harry had previously expressed that they’d wanted to keep the details around the birth private, per BuzzFeed News, it doesn’t mean they’d straight-up lie about when their baby was born.
Like many new parents, Harry probably couldn’t quite tell who Archie most looks like. Plus, while we’re sure Meghan and Harry have a trusted team around them, it’d be awfully tough to orchestrate a private birth without anyone finding out. They are a part of the royal family, after all.
As for Meghan missing out on the Easter service, we’d guess that she just didn’t want to attend because she was due to give birth at any moment. As we know from Harry’s meeting with the press, via Sky News, their kiddo was quote, “a little bit overdue,” so Meghan may have been taking every caution regarding her baby’s impending arrival.
And the Queen’s visit with Meghan may have just been to see how things were going for the mother-to-be.
Regardless of the exact day that baby Archie was born, all that matters is that he’s healthy and that both parents and baby are doing well. And, by the sound of things, that seems to be just the case. Meghan told the press days after giving birth,
“It’s magic. It’s pretty amazing, and I have the two best guys in the world, so I’m really happy.”
We couldn’t be happier for the royal couple!
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