And of course, we couldn't help but delve deeper into it.
Apparently, the name Archie comes from Meghan's beloved cat.
"They could just get away, and that they felt that Kensington Palace was very much a goldfish bowl", she said.
"This afternoon Their Royal Highnesses introduced Her Majesty the Queen to her eighth great-grandchild at Windsor Castle".
"This is a most unusual choice but I am not surprised".
"His parents aren't hurting for cash", Money says.
This one's quite literal. The middle name Harrison means "son of Harry".
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When the Daily Express reported that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry would name their son something that "unifies" the United States and United Kingdom, little did we know it would hit so close to home. The baby was never eligible to be a Prince of the United Kingdom as he Harry will never be King.
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Never-the-less, new parents Harry and Meghan are over the moon with their "bundle of joy" having told reporters at their photo call on Wednesday: "He's just been the dream". Moments later, in a sweet photo featuring the Queen, the royal couple revealed their son's name. But their modern aunt and uncle opted not to do that.
An infographic shows the top royal names in the past 200 years. As the grandchild of the next Monarch, the public was expecting a more traditionally British name like Albert or James.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's newborn baby Archie may have been named after her pet cat.
"LET'S GO! Young Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor!"
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