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Will Meghan Markle make Archie's baby food from scratch?

CBS News Saturday, 18 May 2019
According to one of Meghan Markle's closest friends, the Duchess of Sussex enjoys cooking so much that she might actually make Archie's baby food from scratch
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News video: Baby Archie's birth certificate confirms Meghan Markle gave birth at London hospital

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Baby Archie&apos;s birth certificate has confirmed the Duchess of Sussex gave birth in a London hospital, despite suggestions she was planning to have a home birth.

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