Harry and Meghan’s Sweet Birthday Message to Prince Louis Reveals a Clue About Their Royal Baby


On April 23, Prince William and Kate Middleton celebrated Louis’ first birthday by releasing three stunning new images of their son. Now, sleuthing royal fans have noticed an adorable message — believed to be penned by Meghan — on social media that actually reveals a huge clue about whether the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have welcomed their own baby yet.

Underneath Kensington Palace’s post featuring the new photos of Prince Louis, fans noticed a sweet message from Meghan and Harry’s newly-launched Sussex Royal account. “Happy birthday Louis! Sending lots of love from both of us xo,” the message read, accompanied with a cake and balloon emoji.

Since Meghan and Harry unveiled their new Instagram account there have been several signs that the Duchess of Sussex is the mastermind behind it. Meghan was a big fan of emojis back when she was still writing her blog, The Tig. 

Meanwhile, many fans have also pointed out the fact the note has been signed off “love from the both of us” — perhaps another subtle clue Meghan and Harry haven’t welcomed their baby yet, despite fevered speculation they may have.

While the world waits to meet baby Sussex, it was all about Prince Louis on April 23 as fans the world over swooned with the release of his adorable birthday portraits snapped by his talented shutterbug mom. This is only the sixth time the public have been given a glimpse of Louis since his grand arrival last year — and he has grown up so much!

This article originally appeared on our sister site, Now to Love.

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