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Reply #60 posted 05/09/19 3:22pm

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I wish they would have taken the hat off of him and we could have a better view of the baby. Those 2 are going to be super protective for sure, and you can't blame them.

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Reply #61 posted 05/09/19 5:56pm

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DiminutiveRocker said:




Empress said:


There are some disgusting remarks on this site from the usual two - righties.



This is lovely news. Glad mom is well and babe seems healthy. Harry looks over the moon!




They were snipped - thanks Luv!

I really like that picrture of the grand and great grands beaming at him. touched



Yes, they genuinely look very happy.



They do.
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Reply #62 posted 05/09/19 6:30pm

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PennyPurple said:

maplenpg said:

Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor eek

WTH? Where did that name come from? Poor kid.



Archie was the 18th most popular name in the UK in 2017. I keep trying to keep in mind that Archie is short for Archibald (very distinguished name) which means genuine, bold, and brave. But with the Duchess of Sussex being an American, and you know how we Americans like to shorten everything, she may have balked at naming him Archibald and wanted the shortened name instead.

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Reply #64 posted 05/10/19 6:39am

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DiminutiveRocker said:

Empress said:

There are some disgusting remarks on this site from the usual two - righties.

This is lovely news. Glad mom is well and babe seems healthy. Harry looks over the moon!


They were snipped - thanks Luv!

I really like that picrture of the grand and great grands beaming at him. touched

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Reply #65 posted 05/10/19 6:45am

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Reply #66 posted 05/10/19 7:02am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

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Reply #67 posted 05/10/19 7:08am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


They were snipped - thanks Luv!

I really like that picrture of the grand and great grands beaming at him. touched

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Well, the proof will be in the pudding. If your post above isn't snipped, then we'll know you are lying.

But if it is snipped, then we'll have an all-too-rare case of truth-telling from you.

Which will it be? Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets!

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Reply #68 posted 05/10/19 7:22am

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RodeoSchro said:



SuperFurryAnimal said:




DiminutiveRocker said:




They were snipped - thanks Luv!

I really like that picrture of the grand and great grands beaming at him. touched




schnipsen





Well, the proof will be in the pudding. If your post above isn't snipped, then we'll know you are lying.

But if it is snipped, then we'll have an all-too-rare case of truth-telling from you.

Which will it be? Ladies and gentlemen, place your bets!



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and even reading the rules posted in the snipped posts, you continue...

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Reply #69 posted 05/10/19 7:24am

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SuperFurryAnimal said:



djThunderfunk said:




SuperFurryAnimal said:


SNIPPY




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Reply #70 posted 05/10/19 7:48am

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Dang, you guys weren't kidding around! Well, back to the topic at hand...

I hope the baby grows up healthy and strong and has a long, productive life helping others.

I like the name "Archie". I think it's really British and really strong, yet conveys a boyishness quality, too.


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Reply #71 posted 05/10/19 8:29am

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/...jqHn_g_YBY

Royal Baby Archie Has a Different Last Name Than His Father, Prince Harry. Here's Why

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry announced the name of their baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, just two days after Meghan Markle gave birth. The news of the baby's last name differs somewhat in comparison to other young royals like Prince George because Archie will carry the royal family's last name—Mountbatten-Windsor.

As Prince Harry's first-born son, Archie should receive the title Earl of Dumbarton, one of Prince Harry's subsidiary titles. But as of Wednesday, the royal family announced his name without an affixed title, indicating that the Duke and Duchess wish for him to have a more normal and private life, Marlene Koenig, an author and expert on British and European royalty, explains.

Still, any of Archie's future siblings could be known as Lady or Lord — if the parents so choose — and will have the surname Mountbatten-Windsor.

Why will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children have last names?

Archie's last name stems back to King George V, who in 1917 issued a Letters Patent that would limit the use of royal titles only to the children and grandchildren of the sovereign (in the male line) and the eldest son of the eldest son of the heir. Under that ruling, only male great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II would be called Prince or Princess, and referred to as His or Her Royal Highness (HRH). Typically, those with HRH titles do use a last name, though they can go by the name of their father's title like Cambridge or Wales.

Today, that 1917 ordinance would end with Prince George, who is the eldest son of the sovereign's grandson. The queen made an exception in 2013 to extend royal titles to George's siblings, but an exception is less likely to be made for Archie, who is seventh in line for the throne.

Archie will use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor, which has been the royal family's surname since Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. While the royal family was known as Windsor when Elizabeth was born, she decreed in 1960 (after taking the throne in 1952) that her descendants would take the hyphenated Mountbatten-Windsor last name—to incorporate her new husband Prince Philip's Mountbatten family surname.

"What happens is Mountbatten-Windsor is used by the members of the family who don't have a technical surname when a surname is required," explains Victoria Arbiter, a royal expert and commentator for CNN.

As for any of Archie's younger siblings, they would carry a Lord or Lady title, similar to the children of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Their daughter is Lady Louise and their son is James, Viscount Severn, taking on one of his father's subsidiary titles, but they use Mountbatten-Windsor for official and legal purposes.

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Reply #72 posted 05/10/19 8:32am

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the 'royalty' aspect of all of this matter little to me.

the 'biracial' ripple effect of it all does, how people are responding, reacting, showing their race propoganda etc

Black folk who swear by the 1 drop rule calling the child black, white bigots already making animal references, the difference in thought between Americans and British is all fascinating to me.

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Reply #73 posted 05/10/19 8:44am

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Empress said:

There are some disgusting remarks on this site from the usual two - righties.



This is lovely news. Glad mom is well and babe seems healthy. Harry looks over the moon!



- it's over, no need to continue to stir the pot
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Reply #74 posted 05/10/19 8:45am

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OldFriends4Sale said:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...jqHn_g_YBY

Royal Baby Archie Has a Different Last Name Than His Father, Prince Harry. Here's Why

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry announced the name of their baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, just two days after Meghan Markle gave birth. The news of the baby's last name differs somewhat in comparison to other young royals like Prince George because Archie will carry the royal family's last name—Mountbatten-Windsor.

As Prince Harry's first-born son, Archie should receive the title Earl of Dumbarton, one of Prince Harry's subsidiary titles. But as of Wednesday, the royal family announced his name without an affixed title, indicating that the Duke and Duchess wish for him to have a more normal and private life, Marlene Koenig, an author and expert on British and European royalty, explains.

Still, any of Archie's future siblings could be known as Lady or Lord — if the parents so choose — and will have the surname Mountbatten-Windsor.

Why will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children have last names?

Archie's last name stems back to King George V, who in 1917 issued a Letters Patent that would limit the use of royal titles only to the children and grandchildren of the sovereign (in the male line) and the eldest son of the eldest son of the heir. Under that ruling, only male great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II would be called Prince or Princess, and referred to as His or Her Royal Highness (HRH). Typically, those with HRH titles do use a last name, though they can go by the name of their father's title like Cambridge or Wales.

Today, that 1917 ordinance would end with Prince George, who is the eldest son of the sovereign's grandson. The queen made an exception in 2013 to extend royal titles to George's siblings, but an exception is less likely to be made for Archie, who is seventh in line for the throne.

Archie will use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor, which has been the royal family's surname since Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. While the royal family was known as Windsor when Elizabeth was born, she decreed in 1960 (after taking the throne in 1952) that her descendants would take the hyphenated Mountbatten-Windsor last name—to incorporate her new husband Prince Philip's Mountbatten family surname.

"What happens is Mountbatten-Windsor is used by the members of the family who don't have a technical surname when a surname is required," explains Victoria Arbiter, a royal expert and commentator for CNN.

As for any of Archie's younger siblings, they would carry a Lord or Lady title, similar to the children of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Their daughter is Lady Louise and their son is James, Viscount Severn, taking on one of his father's subsidiary titles, but they use Mountbatten-Windsor for official and legal purposes.

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Regardless of names - The Queen and Prince look like ecstatic great-grandparents. Queen Elizabeth looks like she is ready for them to just hand little Archie to her so she can cuddle him.

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Reply #75 posted 05/11/19 12:10am

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PennyPurple said:

I wish they would have taken the hat off of him and we could have a better view of the baby. Those 2 are going to be super protective for sure, and you can't blame them.

Sorry, I couldn't resist! lol

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Reply #76 posted 05/11/19 7:11am

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luv4u said:

DiminutiveRocker said:

M&H also broke with tradition and alerted the Spencer family right after the Royal family about the birth. There is also a rumor the name Spencer could be used in the new baby's name as a mini homage to Diana touched


Kid should have a regular normal name like Luke, David, etc. rather than some passed on formal names.


[Stop with the race card crap snip - luv4u]

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #77 posted 05/17/19 4:30pm

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benni said:

OldFriends4Sale said:

http://www.msn.com/en-us/...jqHn_g_YBY

Royal Baby Archie Has a Different Last Name Than His Father, Prince Harry. Here's Why

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry announced the name of their baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, just two days after Meghan Markle gave birth. The news of the baby's last name differs somewhat in comparison to other young royals like Prince George because Archie will carry the royal family's last name—Mountbatten-Windsor.

As Prince Harry's first-born son, Archie should receive the title Earl of Dumbarton, one of Prince Harry's subsidiary titles. But as of Wednesday, the royal family announced his name without an affixed title, indicating that the Duke and Duchess wish for him to have a more normal and private life, Marlene Koenig, an author and expert on British and European royalty, explains.

Still, any of Archie's future siblings could be known as Lady or Lord — if the parents so choose — and will have the surname Mountbatten-Windsor.

Why will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children have last names?

Archie's last name stems back to King George V, who in 1917 issued a Letters Patent that would limit the use of royal titles only to the children and grandchildren of the sovereign (in the male line) and the eldest son of the eldest son of the heir. Under that ruling, only male great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II would be called Prince or Princess, and referred to as His or Her Royal Highness (HRH). Typically, those with HRH titles do use a last name, though they can go by the name of their father's title like Cambridge or Wales.

Today, that 1917 ordinance would end with Prince George, who is the eldest son of the sovereign's grandson. The queen made an exception in 2013 to extend royal titles to George's siblings, but an exception is less likely to be made for Archie, who is seventh in line for the throne.

Archie will use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor, which has been the royal family's surname since Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. While the royal family was known as Windsor when Elizabeth was born, she decreed in 1960 (after taking the throne in 1952) that her descendants would take the hyphenated Mountbatten-Windsor last name—to incorporate her new husband Prince Philip's Mountbatten family surname.

"What happens is Mountbatten-Windsor is used by the members of the family who don't have a technical surname when a surname is required," explains Victoria Arbiter, a royal expert and commentator for CNN.

As for any of Archie's younger siblings, they would carry a Lord or Lady title, similar to the children of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Their daughter is Lady Louise and their son is James, Viscount Severn, taking on one of his father's subsidiary titles, but they use Mountbatten-Windsor for official and legal purposes.

...



Regardless of names - The Queen and Prince look like ecstatic great-grandparents. Queen Elizabeth looks like she is ready for them to just hand little Archie to her so she can cuddle him.


It's kind of cool that the Royals not only have an American in the family, but an American of mixed race - therefore, so is new baby Archie. Makes them more of a modern family and bringing them into the 21st century in such a joyous way smile I love it


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Reply #78 posted 05/19/19 8:40am

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DiminutiveRocker said:



benni said:




OldFriends4Sale said:




http://www.msn.com/en-us/...jqHn_g_YBY




Royal Baby Archie Has a Different Last Name Than His Father, Prince Harry. Here's Why



Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and Prince Harry announced the name of their baby boy, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, just two days after Meghan Markle gave birth. The news of the baby's last name differs somewhat in comparison to other young royals like Prince George because Archie will carry the royal family's last name—Mountbatten-Windsor.


As Prince Harry's first-born son, Archie should receive the title Earl of Dumbarton, one of Prince Harry's subsidiary titles. But as of Wednesday, the royal family announced his name without an affixed title, indicating that the Duke and Duchess wish for him to have a more normal and private life, Marlene Koenig, an author and expert on British and European royalty, explains.



Still, any of Archie's future siblings could be known as Lady or Lord — if the parents so choose — and will have the surname Mountbatten-Windsor.



Why will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's children have last names?


Archie's last name stems back to King George V, who in 1917 issued a Letters Patent that would limit the use of royal titles only to the children and grandchildren of the sovereign (in the male line) and the eldest son of the eldest son of the heir. Under that ruling, only male great-grandchildren of Queen Elizabeth II would be called Prince or Princess, and referred to as His or Her Royal Highness (HRH). Typically, those with HRH titles do use a last name, though they can go by the name of their father's title like Cambridge or Wales.


Today, that 1917 ordinance would end with Prince George, who is the eldest son of the sovereign's grandson. The queen made an exception in 2013 to extend royal titles to George's siblings, but an exception is less likely to be made for Archie, who is seventh in line for the throne.


Archie will use the surname Mountbatten-Windsor, which has been the royal family's surname since Queen Elizabeth II's coronation. While the royal family was known as Windsor when Elizabeth was born, she decreed in 1960 (after taking the throne in 1952) that her descendants would take the hyphenated Mountbatten-Windsor last name—to incorporate her new husband Prince Philip's Mountbatten family surname.


"What happens is Mountbatten-Windsor is used by the members of the family who don't have a technical surname when a surname is required," explains Victoria Arbiter, a royal expert and commentator for CNN.


As for any of Archie's younger siblings, they would carry a Lord or Lady title, similar to the children of Prince Edward and Sophie, Countess of Wessex. Their daughter is Lady Louise and their son is James, Viscount Severn, taking on one of his father's subsidiary titles, but they use Mountbatten-Windsor for official and legal purposes.



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Regardless of names - The Queen and Prince look like ecstatic great-grandparents. Queen Elizabeth looks like she is ready for them to just hand little Archie to her so she can cuddle him.




It's kind of cool that the Royals not only have an American in the family, but an American of mixed race - therefore, so is new baby Archie. Makes them more of a modern family and bringing them into the 21st century in such a joyous way smile I love it




Actually, they already have mixed race in their family. Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenbers-Strelitz. Love that name combination by the way. She became Queen Charlotte when she married King George III and they 15 children together. (Wow!) So Archie has a long line of family to follow. Hopefully the paparazzi doesn’t get crazy following them around to get more pics of him.

https://en.m.wikipedia.or...g-Strelitz
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Reply #79 posted 05/19/19 9:16am

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2elijah said:

DiminutiveRocker said:


It's kind of cool that the Royals not only have an American in the family, but an American of mixed race - therefore, so is new baby Archie. Makes them more of a modern family and bringing them into the 21st century in such a joyous way smile I love it


Actually, they already have mixed race in their family. Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenbers-Strelitz. Love that name combination by the way. She became Queen Charlotte when she married King George III and they 15 children together. (Wow!) So Archie has a long line of family to follow. Hopefully the paparazzi doesn’t get crazy following them around to get more pics of him. https://en.m.wikipedia.or...g-Strelitz [b]


Good stuff, thanks for posting. Of course, the portrait painter got it wrong... Lol, the best line is at the end.

In 2017, David Buck, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson, was quoted by the Boston Globe as saying: "This has been rumoured for years and years. It is a matter of history, and frankly, we've got far more important things to talk about."[63]


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Reply #80 posted 05/19/19 12:24pm

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Lock this silly thread.

All you others say Hell Yea!! woot!
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Reply #81 posted 05/19/19 1:41pm

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R U David Buck?

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