Royal fans ‘in tears’ as Prince Harry cradles Baby Sussex as he’s introduced to the world alongside proud mum Meghan Markle

PRINCE Harry held the new baby as he was introduced to the world – and fans were delighted with it.

As pictures of the new baby emerged the internet lit up with comments about Harry, not Meghan, holding the newborn.

Hilariously some people compared Harry to Mufasa holding Simba in The Lion King.

Mum Faye Bamford, speaking on Twitter, said: "Well that was lovely… Meghan and Harry showing off their new baby. There is nothing more magical than holding your newborn baby.

"And Harry’s clearly delirious, referencing two weeks not two days. Coffee Harry, coffee!"

One person said: "Look at the beautiful family. I knew Harry would be the one holding the baby."

Another added: "That’s one handsome baby. He seems to have Meghan’s nose too . Harry holding his son is priceless."

Natalie Bibey said: "I have just had a very emotional moment watching the royals introduce their son to the world. It takes me back to holding my babies for the first time. Congratulations to Harry and Meghan the baby is just adorable."

Paula Kiger wrote: "I love how Harry is the one holding the baby in this appearance."

Even 'tough' lads admitted they were overcome watching Harry.

Adam McBride said on Twitter: "Just watched the “introduction” of Prince Harry’s & Meghan Merkle’s [sic] baby.

"The best part was Prince Harry, who looked like he was about to melt with cuteness from holding his son.

"This Royal Marine & outspoken man could barely speak."


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In other Royal baby news, we told you how Harry praised new mums after Meghan gave birth to Baby Sussex in hospital.

We also revealed Harry has had "about two hours sleep" since Meghan gave birth.

And we explained Meghan's baby boy shares succession similarity to the Queen who was also born seventh in line to the throne.


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