There are only a few weeks left until the arrival of Baby Sussex! It's getting more exciting every day, and every time we see Meghan, the world's most famous hump is just a little bit bigger.
Everyone knows that Prince Harry and Meghan will become great parents. Although they are older kings, one of the main differences between their baby and the children of Harry's brother, Prince William, is that Baby Sussex is not in the direct line of succession. What does this mean for the newest member of the royal family and how will Baby Sussex change the dynamics of the royal family?
Harry will have to stick to stricter rules.
Prince Harry is arguably one of the funniest and most playful members of the royal family. Although this is just one of the many aspects of his wonderful personality that will make him a great dad, the baby has to adapt to a little change as soon as the baby is there. Being a parent is a demanding job, and Harry has to set rules for his child, which may be a change from what he's used to.
The baby may have dual citizenship
With Meghan as an American and Harry as an American British, her baby may have dual citizenship. This is a first for the royal family and certainly changes the dynamics a bit. In fact, Baby Sussex may spend some time in the United States because of Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland. Undoubtedly, Meghan will bring the baby to his or her grandmother, as well as to the many friends she has in the United States to introduce her and Harry's child to American culture.
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Meghan and Harry's child may not have royal title
is born into the royal family automatically the title "prince" or "princess" given. However, this may not be the case with Baby Sussex! For some time, it has been reported that the queen may not grant him a royal title. This is partly due to the fact that the new baby is seventh to the throne, so a royal title is not essential. Not to be known as a "prince" or "princess," Baby Sussex will certainly help her live the more restrained life that Meghan and Harry are looking for.
The baby might not have a nanny
In the past, royal parents have followed strict guidelines for their children. These guidelines always include hiring a nanny to help, especially if the children are newborns. All three children of Prince William and Kate Middleton have nannies and other royal children do likewise. However, Meghan and Harry are changing their dynamics, considering not using a nanny at all! Presumably they are considering spending time with Meghan's mother in her new home to take care of the baby.
Meghan and Harry are definitely making their own way when it comes to Baby Sussex! It is refreshing to see that they have a certain way of raising their child, and they stick to what they believe in!