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Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor;

Prince Harry adnd Duchess Meghan Markle with Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor       



Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is
the royal baby's name
by Nathan'ette Burdine: May 8, 2019
 


Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor is the name of the new royal baby. Before I go on, I know there are some of you on the Twitter and the Facebook who are asking why the baby’s name is Archie and if his daddy is really Archie from the comics.

I don’t know why they named the little fella Archie, but I’m quite sure his daddy isn’t Archie from the comics. There’s no Cool World going on here with humans being turned into cartoon characters. Prince Harry is the daddy and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle is the mama.

Now that’s out of the way, little Archie’s parents, Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, introduced the little fella to everybody today. He was all wrapped up in a little white blanket, with a little white cap on his head. Archie was too tired to mingle with anybody because that long trip to life that he made on Monday had just worn the little fella out. So he spent his time enjoying his zzzzs while being in his father’s arms.

Yup, Prince Harry was holding the little fella, showing everybody just how “over the moon” he really is to have the little guy in his life. “It’s only been two-and-a-half days, but we’re just so thrilled to have our own little bundle of joy,” Prince Harry told everybody.

Thanks to the Duchess, Prince Harry has moved up in the adult world. He is no longer just Uncle Harry but he is now Daddy Harry who has his own family he must be responsible for.

Now I know, there are those of you who are saying, “All of his money wipes away the problems the rest of us have whenever we have a wife and a kid to take care of.” It’s true. Money does solve many of the economic problems that arise in this life. But, then again, that’s economic and not social.

Raising a child to be a decent human being who is able to make sound decisions and interact with his fellow human beings is something a parent must do. And the Duchess has made it clear that she and the young prince are going to be the parents in their little man’s life.

They want him to grow up normal and not as someone who is constantly reminding them that they made him the first British American royal who has a choice of being either the king or the president of the United States.

Little Archie is going to grow up and be able to talk to folks like his mama, daddy, and his grandmammas are able to do.

Just so y’all know, when I say, “grandmammas,” I’m talking about Meghan Markle’s mama, Doria Ragland, and Prince Harry’s mama, Princess Diana.

Princess Diana use to always interact with folks when she was alive. Therefore, I’m quite sure that if she were here today that she’d tell her son that his little fella needs to interact with people.

Come to think of it, that’s probably why Prince Harry is all cool with the Duchess way of raising their son. It’s something his mother would have done.

Hmm, Princess Diana is still parenting even though she’s gone. That’s how it is, though. That parenting stuff is the only job a person does for an eternity. It’s a lot of work.

Right now, the young parents get to enjoy just watching their little fella grow. “It’s magic. I have the two best guys in the world. So I’m really happy,” is what Meghan Markle said about her little man and his daddy.




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