British historian and biographer of Elizabeth II, Robert Lacey, spoke in his new book about the royal family, about the previously unknown nuance in relations between Buckingham Palace and Harry and Megan.
The first child of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was born around half past five in the morning. However, the couple decided to report the joyful event to the royal family only a few hours later. According to Lacey, Prince William was dissatisfied with the cunning of the spouses.
As a result, at about two o'clock of the same day, Buckingham Palace published a message that Megan only went into labour. At that time it was known in the palace that Archie was already born about eight hours ago.
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