London Eye to be lit in red, white and blue to celebrate the birth of royal baby Sussex

Meghan and Prince Harry in Morocco. (Photo: Getty Images)
Meghan and Prince Harry in Morocco. (Photo: Getty Images)

UPDATE: Meghan gives birth to a baby boy

London — Special plans are being made to welcome the first child of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan.

Officials said that the landmark London Eye observation wheel on the banks of the River Thames will be lit in red, white and blue to mark the baby's birth. Those are the colours of the familiar Union Flag.

Buckingham Palace announced that Meghan gave birth to a healthy baby boy in the early hours of Monday morning, 6 May.

He will be seventh in line for the British throne.

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The royal couple recently moved from central London to a quieter location near Windsor Castle, some 20 miles (32 kilometers) west of London. The move comes after the Duke and Duchess of Sussex totally separated their household from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

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One of the first and very clear sign that the brothers and their wives had separated was the launch of Harry and Meghan's very own Instagram account.