Baby Sussex has made his debut, and hours later came the name: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The AP reports that's his full name—meaning Archie isn't short for Archibald. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry revealed their son to the public on Wednesday, with the trio posing for cameras at Windsor Castle. Meghan described motherhood as "magic" and said her son had "the sweetest temperament," per the AP. "I have the two best guys in the world, so I'm really happy," she added, per CNN. Harry, who held the sleeping 2-day-old, was asked who the child took after. "His looks are changing every single day, so who knows?" he replied. The newborn, who is Queen Elizabeth's eighth great-grandchild, met the monarch Wednesday. The child is seventh in line to the throne. Here's all the interesting stuff to know about Archie's name:
- The BBC describes it as an unexpected choice. Bets were on Alexander, Arthur, or Albert. Time notes no past member of the British royal family has had the name.
- Harrison isn't a name that's been used by the royals, but it has a royal connection: It literally means "son of Harry" or "son of Henry." People points out both cases work, as Harry's full name is Henry Charles Albert David.