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Duchess of Sussex 'taken to London hospital to give birth'

Duchess of Sussex 'taken to London hospital to give birth'

The duchess stayed in overnight before her baby was born at 5.26am on Monday.

Following tradition on the day of the birth an official announcement was made from Buckingham Palace.

In a statement from the 74-year-old man, he said: "I'm delighted to hear that mother and child are doing well". "Don't care for the royals but I'm praying they give this baby a really American name like Greyson or Tucker or Brad", wrote one Twitter user.

Michelle Obama has also congratulated the newest parents in Britain's royal family on the birth of their first child.

The Duke of Cambridge opened up about his delight over the birth of his brother and Meghan Markle's son in a new video, and he seemed absolutely ecstatic for the proud new parents. 3oz early Monday morning.

"It's been the most wonderful experience I could ever have possibly imagined", he said. Although the royal baby's name is yet to be announced, his title is expected to be Earl of Dumbarton. With Meghan and Harry starting their family in the newly renovated Frogmore Cottage, the couple have more than enough room to accommodate a bigger family.

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"We're both absolutely thrilled and so grateful for all the love and support from everybody out there". The couple, who have chosen to celebrate the joyous news in a more private matter, are making a conscious effort to keep some of their personal events out of the spotlight - especially when it comes down to the birth of their first child.

Meghan and Harry have asked the public to donate to four children's charities - Little Village, the Lunchbox Fund, Well Child, and Baby2Baby - instead of sending presents for the baby. It's been unbelievable, so I just wanted to share this with everybody.

In the U.S., the former first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama also sent her and Barack's congratulations.

Prince Harry said the couple plans to appear publicly with their son in the coming days.

The Sun, a competing tabloid, said Meghan ended up being secretly rushed to a £15,000-a-night ($20,000, 17,500-euro) London hospital before giving birth "at exactly sunrise".

Among the well-wishers were cast members of hit U.S. legal drama, Suits, who tweeted their congratulations to Markle, who previously played the sassy paralegal-turned-lawyer Rachel Zane in the series before she Wednesday Harry and became the Duchess of Sussex. "More details will be shared in the forthcoming days".