Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have welcomed a baby boy - meaning a new Earl of Dumbarton has been born.

Mum and baby are said to be doing "incredibly well", but the royal duo are still thinking about names for the infant, who arrived at 5.26am this morning.

Royal law states the baby is not automatically entitled to a prince or princess title, like his cousins George, Charlotte and Louis.

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The Queen can choose to scrap this law if she wishes, however, one title the newborn will receive will be linked with Dumbarton.

Harry and Meghan were declared Earl and Countess of Dumbarton following their April wedding last year, meaning their baby boy will now receive the Earl of Dumbarton title.

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