MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry’s first child will “mark a new era in US-UK relations” when it is born, experts say.
The Duchess of Sussex, born in Los Angeles, California, married hubby Harry in May this year – and brought the United States and United Kingdom closer together as a result.
Speaking about the strengthening of ties, Robert Wood Johnson said: “It’s about as close as you can get, it’s like a family.
“You can have squabbles here and there, but then at the end of the day you’re all family – you come back and you agree on the important things.
“So this marriage [and everything that comes out of it]is going to be another symbol of that.”
This special relationship is an unofficial term for the political, diplomatic, cultural and economic relationship between the UK and the US.
Daily Star Online previously revealed Meghan and Harry’s offspring could technically become both King of England and the US President.
Because the baby will have dual citizenship with the US due to Meghan’s birthplace, he or she would be eligible to run for office.
The youngster’s blue-blooded roots also mean they are in-line for the throne.
The theory about a future monarch-president was first raised by Twitchy editor Greg Pollowitz on Twitter.
He joked: “Prince Harry’s kids will be Americans. What if one grows up to be president and is in line for the throne at the same time? Brits are playing long-ball here, but it’s a smart move.
“They want America back and this is how they’ll do it.”
Daily Star Online earlier reported the Duke and Duchess were forced to abort landing their plane at the last minute due to a mid-air incident.