- Princess Eugenie and her husband Jack Brooksbank are officially parents
- The two welcomed their first son on Tuesday, February 9
- The couple is still yet to announce the name of their baby boy, who is now 11th in line to the British throne
Move over Archie, there is a new royal baby in town.
Princess Eugenie, the daughter of the Duke and Duchess of York, gave birth to her first child on Tuesday, February 10.
It was a bouncing baby boy but the couple still has not released the name of their new family member.
It has been reported that Eugenie’s kid will be Queen Elizabeth’s ninth great-grandchild and 11th in line to claim the throne.
Through a social media post, Buckingham Palace and Eugenie announced the royal delivery.
The Palace stated that the princess’s husband Jack Brooksbank stayed by her side from start to end.
Both the mother and her newborn baby are healthy and faring well.
“The Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Duke of York, Sarah, Duchess of York, and Mr and Mrs George Brooksbank have been informed and are delighted with the news,” a release by the palace read in part.
Eugenie posted a photo of her little son’s hand clutching onto her finger and attached blue hearts in the caption.
Not too long ago, Briefly.co.za shared after Meghan Markle's name was removed from her son's birth certificate, there was tons of uncertainty. It has now been revealed that "Rachel Meghan" was replaced by "Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Sussex" because of palace rules.
It has been reported that the editing of Markle's name on Archie's birth certificate in 2019 was dictated by The Palace. Markle's spokesperson confirmed that she and Prince Harry had not requested the name change.
Reports further indicated that just months after the duchess's name change on the birth certificate, the Sussex's had quit the royal family.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the Duchess and Duke of Sussex after they spoke about their son and life during the global pandemic. They shared some intimate details about their life during the lockdown while in an interview with Pakistani activist, Malala Yousafzai.
The interview was had in light of International Day of the Girl Child, which America is observing today. During the live chat interview, Meghan shared with Malala that she thought that the coronavirus pandemic was robbing young girls of their right to education as well as their childhood.
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