Hospital 'Crowns' Babies With Same Birthday as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Son
Eight newborns at CPMC Van Ness Campus hospital in San Francisco were given knitted crowns.
Babies at a California hospital were treated like royalty after they were born on the same day as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s baby boy.
Eight newborns at CPMC Van Ness Campus hospital in San Francisco were given knitted crowns in honor of their shared birthday with the royal baby, who arrived early Monday.
The yellow crowns were made by staff nurse June Shiraki, and the babies happily slept in their new attire.
Harry and Meghan haven’t announced their new arrival’s name yet, but it is expected to happen soon.
The new baby is seventh in line for the throne.
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