Britain is celebrating a new royal baby, as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the birth of their son on 6 May 2019. The British capital decided to have babies welcome the baby.
The new baby, who is the seventh in line to the throne, has been named Archie. He is unusual in the Royal family since he has dual nationality (British and American) and a multi-ethnic heritage.
Helping Other Babies
The Duke and Duchess had kept the due date a secret, but they started receiving gifts from fans around the world for the baby. They asked, as they did for their wedding, for people who wanted to make a gift to donate to a charity to help children a lot less fortunate than the young prince. They nominated four charities:
Little Village, a London-based charity that helps families who have baby clothes and equipment to donate to connect with families who need it.
The Lunchbox Fund, a South African charity that provides school lunches for children from deprived families to help them continue their schooling.
Well Child, British charity that supports seriously ill children and their families to allow them to live at home.
Baby2Baby, a U.S. charity that donates necessities to families living in poverty.
Visitlondon.com The baby Londoners are: Frank Ferguson (baby Beefeater), Yuvi Indrakumar (baby king), Zoe Chen Wootton (baby queen).