Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan's newborn baby Archie may have been named after her pet cat.
Friends of the Duchess of Sussex claim the moniker of the royal couple's baby, whose full name is Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, could be a reference to her former furry friend, who she used to feed frozen grapes after her mother Doria Ragland rescued the feline.
A former close friend told The Sun newspaper: "Doria rescued Archie and he became an important part of the household. Meghan loved playing with him and she was always talking about him to her friends.
"It's no surprise she named her new baby Archie. She loved that cat."
Meghan's moggy, who is thought to have died while she was at college in Illinois, is said to have been named after a comic book character, flame-haired teen Archie Andrews, who she used to read about in comics collected with her father Thomas Markle.