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Scott Morrison welcomes royal baby news

SBS Tuesday, 7 May 2019
Australians have congratulated Prince Harry and Meghan on the arrival of their son, who is likely to be offered the title of prince, a monarchy expert says.
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Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison welcomed the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan's son. Mr Morrison recalled his family's excitement to meet the British royals during their visit to Australia and said Harry loved the meringue cake that his wife, Jenny, had prepared.

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