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Duchess Meghan Markle is the first Black person, to become a member of the British royal family, therefore making her son, Prince Archie, one quarter-Black as Meghan herself is bi-racial.

The dominance of black genes is a scientific fact and usually shows phenotypically in those with multiracial heritages one way or another- and appears to be the case for Prince Archie as well. 

According to folks on Twitter Prince Archie has at least one phenotypical black gene and that's his nose. His father, Prince Harry, has a straight Caucasian nose. But the adorable baby boy, seems to have inherited his mother's Black nose, before the nose job.

Meghan's nose is straight and narrow now. But it wasn't always that way. The beautiful former Hollywood actress got a nose job in her 20s, to make her nose look more European.

Here's what her nose used to look like.


And here's baby Archie's nose. Many on Twitter are saying that the baby's nose looks just like his mom's original one.


Meghan is the Duchess of Sussex a member of the British royal family. In 2020, she and Harry announced their intention to step back as senior members of the royal family and split their time between the UK and Canada.