A new cousin for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis !
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared their joy about the news about the first child of Prince Harry and Meghan. The Duchess of Sussex gave birth on Monday morning at 5.26am on a healthy day and Harry confirmed the news a few hours later. Speaking at the launch of the King’s Cup regatta at the Cutty Sark on Tuesday, Prince William was asked how he felt, and he said: “Clearly excited, absolutely excited, and clearly looking forward to seeing them in the coming days when things I am very happy and happy to welcome my own brother to the sleep deprivation company that holds parenthood. “
As to whether he had pearls of wisdom for his younger brother as the father of three, William laughed and remarked: “A lot of advice, a lot of advice, but no, I wish him all the best and I hope that they can settle down and enjoy the coming days of having a newborn baby in their family and the joys that go with it. “Kate, 37, added:” It’s such a special time, it’s clear that Louis and Charlotte have just had their birthdays, it’s such a great time of the year to have a baby, spring is in the air. ” She continued: “As William said, we’re looking forward to meeting him and finding out what his name will be, so it’s really exciting for both of them and we wish them all the best. These next few weeks are always a bit of the first times daunting, so we wish them all the best. “
Baby Sussex, seventh in line for the British throne, is a new cousin for Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. He is the eighth great-grandchild of the Queen and Prince Philip – and the fourth grandchild of Prince Charles. Although the name of the royal baby is yet to be announced, its title is expected to be Earl or Dumbarton. During his improvised press conference, Harry confirmed that the couple “still thought of names” for their son. “The baby was a bit outdated so we had a little time to think about it,” the new dad shared. “That’s the next piece.” He said he planned to make a new announcement on Wednesday “so that everyone can see the baby”.
Meanwhile, Prince William and Kate Middleton mingled with the benefactors at the launch of the regatta. The King’s Regatta takes place on the Isle of Wight in August and the royal pair will compete against each other, and each participating boat represents one of the eight charities and the winning team will receive the historic King’s Cup trophy. The eight boats participating in the race each represent one of the charities supported this year by Their Royal Highnesses.
These include Child Bereavement UK, Centrepoint, the London Air Ambulance Charity 30th Anniversary Campaign, and Tusk – four causes of which The Duke is Patron. The duchess supports four of her patronages: Action on Addiction, Place2Be, the Anna Freud National Center for Children and Families and The Royal Foundation in connection with the work of Her Royal Highness in early years.