Being a royal is not all it is cracked up to be. There certainly are perks to being a part of the world’s most famous family (other than the Kardashian’s of course), such as royal jewels, events, notoriety, and being a part of a family that the entire world knows about. However, there are also serious complications that can arise when one wants to do something other than the royal etiquette allows or warrants. If Meghan does not get along with someone in her new family then it is not just a matter of looking the other way, the press usually finds out and makes an even bigger deal out of it. This is exactly the case when it comes to the allegations that Queen Elizabeth wants to have custody of little Archie, Meghan and Harry’s little boy. This is a little outlandish but control within the ranks of the royal family is not unheard of and there is a reason to believe that such a course of action makes sense for the royal family.
Meghan’s exact due date was not given to the public, but it was estimated to be at the end of April or early May. Meghan ended up giving birth to Archie on May 6th, giving birth to her son at 5:26 in the morning.
Meghan and Harry decided not to know the gender of their baby until the birth, which also happens to be royal custom. Everyone was surprised and happy with the birth of a baby boy.