We are so excited about the birth of the royal baby (it's a boy!) and clearly, no one is more excited than Prince Harry.

He spoke to reporters this morning and said his little family is doing very well and that his son doesn't have a name yet.

"I'm very excited to announce that Meghan and myself had a baby boy early this morning, a very healthy boy. Mother and baby are doing incredibly well. It's been the most amazing experience I could ever possibly imagine," he told journalists gathered in Windsor.

"How any woman does what they do is beyond comprehension. But we're both absolutely thrilled and so grateful to all the love and support of everybody out there. It's been amazing so we just wanted to share this with everybody. [We're] still thinking about names. "


He continued: "The baby's a little bit overdue so we've had a little bit of time to think about it, but that's the next bit. But for us, I think we'll be seeing you guys in probably two days' time as planned as a family to share it with you guys and so everyone can see the baby. I haven't been at many births; this is definitely my first birth, but it was amazing, absolutely incredible. And as I said, I'm so incredibly proud of my wife and as every father and parent would ever say, your baby is absolutely amazing. But this little thing is absolutely to die for. I'm just over the moon."

We are over the moon for you Harry! And we totally agree, how women become mothers is absolutely amazing and the strength within us is beyond comprehension.

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