Prince Harry and pregnant Meghan Markle, who are expecting their second child very soon, have already considered some names before the birth of their first son “Archie”.
During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Austrian royal tour in October 2018 … just before their son was born, Meghan hinted … “We’ve been given a long list of everyone’s names. We sit down and look at them one by one.” Going to take a look.”
Prince Harry at one point described Harriet as a “great name” for a girl, but apparently never used it since they had a child. But will it last now because they are definitely having a baby girl?
There was also another instance where the British prince, three months later, during a visit with the students of St. Anne’s Catholic Primary School, asked a woman how to spell her daughter Lily’s name.
At the time, a young girl named 7-year-old Megan Dudley told reporters that she asked the Duchess of Sussex if she would name her child Amy. The younger recalled, “She said, ‘That’s a really pretty name, I love it. We have to think about it.'”
After giving birth in May 2019, Meghan and Harry named their child Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The name paid tribute to Harry’s late mother, Princess Diana, as did his paternal grandfather, who was named Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll, Scotland.
Archie name meaning true and bold and really brave In the Scottish and German languages, meanwhile, Harrison stands for “son of Harry”.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry hinted that they are expecting a second child in February via a spokesperson, who said, “We can confirm that Archie is going to be a big brother. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are expecting their second child.” Very happy to be expecting another child.”
The former British military revealed the gender of their upcoming baby during an interview Oprah Winfrey which aired on CBS, stating, “It’s a girl! To be just a boy and a girl, what more can we ask for? We’ve got our family. We’ve got, you know, we Our two dogs all around, and it’s great.”
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