Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, gave birth to a baby boy Monday morning.
The new addition to the royal family was born in Sussex at 5:26AM and weighed 7lbs 3oz. A name has not yet been revealed.
Buckingham Palace officials announced earlier in the morning that the Duchess had gone into labor. There is no official announcement on whether the baby was born at the couple’s Frogmore Cottage home or a hospital, however, Prince Harry was reportedly by her side.
The birth ends many months of speculation on when the couple’s due date would arrive. Last October, the royal pair announced they were pregnant, but in typical fashion kept further details hush hush. Some outlets had initially reported the day as April 28, but that idea was squashed when Prince Harry was seen handing out medals at last week’s London Marathon.
The new prince is now seventh in line for the throne, behind father Harry, Prince William and his three children, and Prince Charles.
In addition to being the newlywed couple’s first child, the boy is also the first biracial baby in the history of the British royal family.