The hospital where Meghan gave birth to her little baby was finally revealed in Archie’s birth certificate.
. Some reports stated that the Duchess of Sussex planned to give birth in Windsor but was taken to a hospital in London.
The baby’s birth certificate now reveals that Meghan gave birth to her child at The Portland Hospital in London.
It’s the same place where Duchess of York Sarah gave birth to Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie. People like Jools Oliver, Lady Sarah Chatto and Victoria Beckham also welcomed their babies here.
Meghan, who gave her name as ‘Rachel Meghan Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Sussex,’ listed her occupation as ‘Princess of the United Kingdom’.
The Sussexes made their first photocall at Windsor Castle when Archie was only two days old. The photoshoot took place at St George’s Hall. It’s the same place where the Sussex couple held their first daytime wedding reception.
The baby boy was born at 5:26am on Monday 6 May. Buckingham Palace released a statement, saying Harry was present at the birth. The statement also said; “The Duchess’s mother, Doria Ragland, who is overjoyed by the arrival of her first grandchild, is with Their Royal Highnesses at Frogmore Cottage.”
The statement did not disclose where the Duchess gave birth though. While she had reportedly planned a birth at home, the Daily Mail then reported that Harry and Meghan were transported to a hospital in London by their Scotland Yard security team. Sources confirmed that the couple stayed the night until the birth of their son at 5:26am. We do not know if she was induced or not, despite being overdue. Buckingham Palace neither confirmed or denied the claims, reiterating: “Details of the birth are private.”
Despite the Sussexes insisting on keeping the birth location private, the hospital was revealed when the couple registered their child’s birth on Friday. In George, Charlotte and Louis’ birth certificates, “Paddington, Westminster” is noted in the “Place of Birth” box.