As all eyes were waiting for the announcement of baby Archie’s arrival, Palace officials caused huge confusion with blunders over when he was born and even who his parents were.
The Palace first announced that Meghan was in labour on May 6 in 2019, when in fact the royal tot had already been born and the Duchess of Sussex was already at home.
To make red faces even more crimson, the official website for the Royal Family also got the parents of Archie wrong.
The huge error was quickly rectified, but not before the eagle-eyed royal fans spotted it said “Cambridge” as they awaited official confirmation on Archie’s birth.
The statement said: “Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born at 05:26 on Monday 6 May.
“He is the first child of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and is seventh in line to the throne.
“Archie weighed 7lb 3oz and The Duke of Sussex was present for the birth.”
Meghan was reportedly…