Baby Archie is finally here and so are the latest memes on the newborn royal
Now that the name of the royal baby is out, so are a plethora of Archie memes on social media sites worldwide
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced to the world on Wednesday, May 8, that they have decided to name their newborn son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, after the Duchess of Sussex gave birth to the baby boy on Monday, May 6. The couple introduced their newborn baby boy at a photocall at Windsor Castle and announced his name following his introduction to his great-grandmother and Harry's grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.
"This afternoon Their Royal Highnesses introduced Her Majesty The Queen to her eighth great-grandchild at Windsor Castle. The Duke of Edinburgh and The Duchess' mother were also present for this special occasion," the announcement read in the Instagram caption of the adorable photograph.
Baby Sussex's name was far from what anyone could have ever expected, since people were rooting for a royal name passed down by generations of British royals like "Arthur", "Alexander" or even "Philip". But now that the name of the royal baby is out, so are loads of Archie memes on social media.
While a few people made light of the unusual name choice in general, a lot of these memes were inspired from 'Archie comics' and the famous character from CBS' hit show 'Riverdale'.
1. Someone had to call out Netflix and its influence on the baby's name
2. Michael Jackson approves this meme
3. Comic-book fans believe the baby is a total 'Archiekins'
4. The newborn royal's first official engagement will be...
5. Meghan Markle definitely knew a long time ago what she is going to name her baby, royal or not!
6. Even 'Riverdale' actor KJ Apa got in the royal baby meme game with 'Sabrina' star Kiernan Shipka
7. People even dragged footballer Archie Manning into the hot mess!
8. This is how the Duchess of Sussex is going to defend her choice of name
9. Prince Harry's goofy smiles say it all
10. Now that's one bald joke no one will take offense to (or will they?)