The Queen has become the first member of the royal family to meet the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s newborn son today.
After introducing Baby Sussex to the world, the proud new parents have taken their son to see the 93-year-old monarch at Windsor Castle this afternoon.
The baby is seventh-in-line to the British throne and her eighth great-grandchild.
Her Majesty is meeting the two-day-old boy, who has been with his parents at their home in Frogmore Cottage, near her Windsor Castle residence, since Monday.
Prior to taking him to see his great-grandmother, Harry and Meghan were overcome with pride as they posed for photos with their ‘own little bundle of joy’ in St George’s Hall, at lunchtime today.
Asked about going to see the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, Meghan said: ‘We just bumped into the duke as we were walking by which was so nice. So it’ll be a nice moment to introduce the baby to more family and my mum’s with us as well.’ Her Majesty this morning attended one of her favourite events of the year, the Royal Windsor Horse Show which is taking place in the castle grounds.
Despite the wind and rain, the Queen beamed as she watched the horse show ahead of seeing her great-grandson.
The Queen was quizzed about the latest addition to the family on Tuesday by the former prime minister of Canada, Jean Chretien.
‘Life is good for Your Majesty?’ Mr Chretien asked. The smiling Queen replied: ‘Yes, thank you.’
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