The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are at a loss as to what to call their son before his birth, it has emerged.
Meghan is said to have told the parents of a boy named Harrison that she and Prince Harry can’t decide whether to choose this or Archie as a first name.
They chose Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor after he was born on May 6, 2019.
The dilemma was revealed at a children’s book reading that Meghan attended at the Invictus Games in the Netherlands.
Sherry McBain, 42, from Southampton, said his wife Mandy brought their son Harrison to the event and spoke to the royals about names.
Meghan and Harry also made an impromptu appearance at the evening reception for the Olympics in The Hague on Sunday.
The Duchess, 40, wore a £3,600 Valentino gown as she and the prince, 37, met competitors and fans.
The pair were overshadowed by Barack Obama’s former bodyguard Christopher Sanchez as the row continued over their security arrangements in Britain.
Sanchez, a US Secret Service agent for five years, protected President Obama and his predecessor George W Bush.
Additionally, the Sussexes have a Netflix film crew that is said to be working on a documentary about the Olympics.