Baby Sussex is a Boy


A new royal baby has been born

With smiling faces across the Common Wealth countries of the world, loyal royal subjects are gleaming with delight today, with news that the people’s Prince, Prince Harry, has become a daddy for the first time.

Beaming with pride and joy, a delighted Prince Harry appeared from around a street corner in Windsor, to tell the expecting world’s media, that his “amazing” wife had given birth, to a “very healthy baby boy.”

“It was amazing, absolutely incredible”

Ending all speculation of a fake birth with a surrogate mother, Prince Harry confirmed it was a natural birth to the waiting press, “I haven’t been at many births. This is definitely my first birth – it was amazing, absolutely incredible. I’m so incredibly proud of my wife. And as every father and parent would say, your baby is absolutely amazing.”

“How any woman does what they do is beyond comprehension.”

Clearly absolutely thrilled, the 34-year-old dad, is set to follow in his brother’s footsteps, and go on to father more royal heirs.

“We’re both absolutely thrilled.”

At least 7 weeks overdue, pundits pray it won’t be too long before Baby Sussex is named.

Leading in the names stake is James, Alexander and Arthur.

James is deprived from the Hebrew name Jacob, meaning ‘supplanter;’ and as the seventh in line to the British royal throne, seems better suited than Alexander; which has been used by countless Kings, Emperors and Pope’s through-out history, as a name denoting the elite of the elites.

The smart money is on the name Arthur, because it taps into an invisible and esoteric lay-line within the British spirit, harking back to it’s most legendary King, King Arthur.

Revealed to be a 5/6th Century Celtic King, naming Baby Sussex Arthur, fulfills an ancient prophecy, that the legendary King Arthur will return in the nation’s darkest hour.

According to the ancient Welsh language of Khumry, ‘Arth’ means ‘Bear’ and ‘Ur’ means ‘Man’. Arthur means Bear-Man. A vicious animal, (who in Welsh folklore) is told to carry on slashing and thrashing at it’s prey, long after it’s dead.

Breaking with Tradition

On the door-step of his Great Great Grandmother’s Windsor Estate at Frogmore Cottage, Baby Sussex is set to meet the Matriarch of the family he’s being born into, before being introduced to the world’s press, from the safety of his mother’s embrace.

Breaking royal tradition by not appearing with her baby on the door-steps of a Harley Street Hospital, Baby Sussex is set to carry on royal tradition by adopting his father’s now redundant, Scottish Prince of Dumbarton title, before eventually taking on his father’s Duke of Sussex title, when Prince Harry dies and goes to the spirit in the sky.

Baby Sussex promises to make an equally big splash on the family, alongside his cousins, George, Charlotte and Louis, as his mother has made with his new aunt and uncle, Prince William and Princess Kate.