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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry welcomed their first child on Monday, May 6 and just two days after, revealed that they'd chosen the name "Archie" for the baby.


However, "Archie" may have come from months before in a funny little interaction between Prince George, Prince William and Kate Middleton's son.

The Sun reported that the little Prince straight up lied to a dog-walker about his name when asking to pet one of her dogs, saying:

"I'm called Archie."





Baby Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, the full name of Duchess Meghan and Duke Harry of Sussex's child, could have very well gotten his first name from George's odd lie.

Or from another famous source:


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Which is a popular theory amongst denizens of the internet.





But of course, now is the time to be happy for Meghan and Harry on their new baby boy.






Little Archie met his great-gran, Queen Elizabeth II, for the first time not long after his birth.

As of right now, he is not "Prince" Archie, but will automatically assume the title if and when his grandfather, Prince Charles, becomes king.

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One of the most upsetting aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic––which is saying a lot, frankly––is the number of people who have been so affected by misinformation and disinformation. You know the ones to which I refer: These are the people who are convinced the virus is a hoax despite the lives it's claimed and the devastation it has wrought on society at large. Disinformation kills––there are stories of people who remained convinced that Covid-19 is a hoax even while intubated in the ICU, even up to their last breath.

After Redditor asked the online community, "Doctors of Reddit, what happened when you diagnosed a Covid-19 denier with Covid-19?" doctors and other medical professionals shared these rather unsettling stories.

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