Well, the Royal Baby finally has a name. World, meet Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor:


Yeah, we thought this, too:

But there is a long American tradition of red-headed Archies, so maybe this was the inspiration?

The “Harrison” comes from “son of Harry” and “Mountbatten” is Prince Philip’s old last name before he married the Queen:

We were told this name would have some American connection:

And, surprisingly, this fits:

Piers Morgan is already trolling the name (he says he’s serious), wondering why if Archie, which is actually a popular name right now in Britain couple with Harrison is “a striking blow for diversity & feminism”: