However unlike those before them, the couple won't be posing on the steps of Lindo Wing.
"For us, I think we will be seeing you guys in probably two days time, as planned as a family...so that everyone can see the baby," a beaming Harry told awaiting media outside of Frogmore cottage on Monday afternoon.
Sporting a huge smile, the Duke went on to say just how proud he was of his wife, who reportedly went into labour at 1am on May 6.
WATCH: Prince Harry gives emotional speech after birth of his son
"It was amazing. Absolutely incredible," he said of witnessing Meghan give birth.
"As every father and parent would ever say, your baby is absolutely amazing but this little think is absolutely to die for. I'm just over the moon."