From Her Majesty to Meghan Markle: How Royal Baby Debuts Have Evolved Over the Years

The history of the British monarchy is steeped in rules and tradition, including when it comes to their offspring. Over the years, royal babies - especially those who will one day take the throne - have been born to tremendous fanfare. We've seen gun salutes, easel announcements, and, in the cases of Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle, masses of press and photographers waiting to get a glimpse of the family's newest, tiniest members.

Most recently, Meghan and Prince Harry shook things up by - a statement perfectly in line with and . While impressive, you might be surprised to find out that Harry isn't the first male royal to take over cradling duties during his baby's

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