The Duchess of Sussex is due to give birth to her baby daughter this summer – but here’s how her birth announcement will be so different to Archie’s
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are preparing to welcome their baby daughter in the next few weeks, and while fans are used to hearing about a royal baby’s arrival via Buckingham Palace, this time will be very different.
As Harry and Meghan have stepped back from their roles within The Firm and have forged their own path in the US, they have total freedom to announce their daughter’s birth as they wish.
Since setting up their non-profit organisation Archewell, Harry and Meghan have always associated personal celebratory news, such as their son Archie‘s birthday and their wedding anniversary, with their charity work.
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On their third wedding anniversary last month, Archewell Foundation announced plans to build its next Community Relief Center in India in partnership with World Central Kitchen. And to mark Archie’s second birthday that same month, Harry and Meghan encouraged donations from the public to benefit Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, which is working towards global vaccine equity.