Harry and Meghan’s second child could be a US citizen

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s second child are automatically entitled to US citizenship if they are born in America, as is likely.

The new baby whose novelty was announced by the “overjoyed” couple on Valentine’s Day, will be born eighth in the throne queue and become the oldest royal in the current series of legacies to be born abroad.

Harry retained his place in the order despite the couple’s decision to resign from royal life and lives independently in the United States. But his position and the position of his children will continue to come down the order as his nieces and nephews Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis have their own children.

Like their firstborn, Archie, the new baby Sussex at this time will not be eligible for the HRH style – His or Her Royal Highness – or the title Prince or Princess due to rules set by George V. It is eligible to be a gentleman or a lady but Harry and Meghan avoided such a title to Archie chooses to style him as a regular champion with the surname Mountbatten-Windsor and will likely do the same for a future son and miss for a daughter.

The child will be entitled to HRH and prince or princess status when the Prince of Wales – his grandfather – ascends the throne, although it is unlikely that the Sussexes will choose such a change.

Misan Harriman, a friend of the couple who shot the black and white photo that was released to mark the couple’s new pregnancy announcement. Photo: Dylan Martinez / Reuters

Photographer Misan Harriman, a friend of the couple who shot a black-and-white photo released to mark the couple’s new pregnancy announcement, said he had removed it on an iPad.

The photo shows the couple sitting under a tree in Los Angeles with a barefoot Harry resting his hand on Meghan’s face while she lies in her lap resting her hand on her baby bump.

Harriman, the first black male photographer to shoot a British Vogue cover – and the first to shoot its September issue – in his 105-year history said it had been an “absolute joy” to be asked to help share the good news, especially after the loss and heartache the couple suffered last year, then Meghan had an abortion.

About her striking image, Harriman told British Vogue: “With the tree of life behind them and the garden representing fertility, life and moving forward, they needed no direction because they are and have always chosen through life together as absolute soulmates. ”

No due date for the baby has been announced yet. It will be the Queen and Prince Philips’ 10th or 11th great-grandchild, depending on whether it arrives before Zara Tindall’s baby, which is also expected later this year.

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