Baby Sussex Has Arrived, & Here’s What We Know About the Nursery So Far

published May 6, 2019
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The newest royal has officially arrived! The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced the happy news via their social channels this morning. While we don’t have many details so far, here’s what we do know.

Baby Sussex’s name has yet to be announced, but the newborn arrived in the early morning on May 6. The child, a boy, weighs 7 lbs, 3 oz.

Since the October 2018 announcement of the pregnancy, the world has followed along as the former actor and prince have prepared to become first-time parents. Harry and Meghan have reportedly been living in a $3.2 million place in the Cotswolds, having moved out of Kensington Palace as they await the renovations on Frogmore Cottage—located on the grounds of Windsor Castle—to be finished.

While we don’t know much about how the nursery looks (though Benjamin Moore and Modsy have some predictions), Baby Sussex has a (surprisingly affordable) crib to go home to—the Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible—which was spotted at Meghan’s New York baby shower back in February. Will and Kate have previously mentioned that they have IKEA pieces in the children’s rooms, so perhaps Harry and Meghan have followed suit.

If you’re wondering, the newest royal won’t automatically be a prince or princess; they will be addressed as Lord or Lady, unless awarded HRH stylings by the Queen herself, according to a 1917 ruling by King George V.