With Meghan Markle and Prince Harry finally stepping out this morning to show the world their first glimpse of Royal Baby Sussex, we couldn't help but look back at the three other Royal Baby reveals we've had in the last couple years.\nThe Sussex pair has been breaking from tradition non-stop since they got together, so it's no surprise that even their baby reveal was unlike those of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, or even Princess Diana traditions.\nSo take a look at all the most recent baby reveals and make your own mind up, who do you think did it best?\nRoyal Baby Sussex\nNew post. See pictures and watch the full video of Meghan and Harry talking to the press today at Windsor as they presented Baby Sussex to the world: https://t.co/ZtQk8uTmDb pic.twitter.com/x6Y5OTFciw— HRH Kate Middleton (@princesskate_GB) May 8, 2019\nThe Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, welcomed their first child today. Without a name, the world is still just calling the newest royal "Baby Sussex," for now.\nView this post on Instagram Today The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are delighted to share their first public moment as a family. They are so incredibly grateful for the warm wishes and support they’ve received from everyone around the world, since welcoming their son two days ago. Photo cred: Chris Allerton ©️Sussex royal A post shared by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (@sussexroyal) on May 8, 2019 at 6:34am PDT\nInstead of stepping out on the steps of the hospital, as Kate and Will have done in the past, the Sussex pair decided to wait and hold a small press event inside the palace a couple days after the birth of the baby.\nView this post on Instagram This afternoon, His Royal Highness The Duke of Sussex shared the news of the arrival of his and the Duchess’ first born child. Their son was born early morning on the 6th of May, 2019 and weighs 7lbs and 3oz. Their Royal Highnesses thank you for your support and kindness during this exceptionally joyful time in their lives as they welcome their baby boy. A post shared by The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (@sussexroyal) on May 6, 2019 at 9:17am PDT\nCan we all just take a moment to appreciate that Meghan is already wearing HEELS?! And, it's not like we were totally left hanging, since Prince Harry made this super sweet statement on the day of, which meant he could let his lady rest.\nPrince George\nIt's officially April 1st in the UK! Countdown to #RoyalBaby2 #RoyalBabyWatch #LindoWing pic.twitter.com/zdphO0phfN— Cheeks & Charlie (@CheeksNCharlie) March 31, 2015\nOn July 22nd, 2013, Kate gave birth to Prince George, who is third in line to the throne, after his father Prince William and grandfather Prince Charles. He will likely be king one day, which to me is absolutely hilarious because I can't take this little dude seriously after the emergence of the Instagram account @garyjanetti.\nView this post on Instagram “Happy birthday, Gan Gan! I knew you’d like this!” A post shared by Gary Janetti (@garyjanetti) on Apr 21, 2019 at 7:19am PDT\nI have no desire to burst the bubble of my suspension of disbelief with this one: I want to believe Prince George is every bit as sassy as @garyjanetti paints him to be.\nPrincess Charlotte\nCongratulations to everyone for surviving #RoyalBabyWatch 2015! pic.twitter.com/HeXFYyy7Yu— Melyssa Allen (@mallenNC) May 2, 2015\nOn May 2nd, 2015, Kate gave birth to Princess Charlotte, the princess we all hoped would be their first born so that she could have been the next Queen... no? Just me? I kind of thought that was why they fought that whole absolute primogeniture thing, but whatever, I guess King George will do.\nAgain, the couple made their first appearance on the steps of St. Mary's hospital, with little George in tow for the photo op.\nPrince Louis\nMost iconic child of 2018RT for Aberdeen ball boyLIKE for royal baby pic.twitter.com/19jCAWeVVy— Oldfirmfacts (@Oldfirmfacts1) April 28, 2018\nOn April 23rd, 2018, Kate and Will welcomed their third child, Prince Louis. After the adoption of absolute primogeniture over male-preference primogeniture, Prince Louis has become the first British prince to be ranked behind an elder sister when it comes to succession.\nThe photo above, taken a mere 7 hours after Kate gave birth, caused quite a stir for moms all over the world, who couldn't believe the Duchess was willing and able to step out in front of all that press so soon after labour.\nThis is perhaps why Meghan has received questions about why she didn't follow suit and share her little bundle of joy immediately.\nBut it seems the Sussex pair aren't too concerned with following all the Royal traditions that came before them. They know they'll never be King and Queen, so why would they bother to have a name ready immediately, share photos 7 hours after labour or worry about whether they should stick to a St. Mary's Hospital birth instead of a home birth.\nWhat was your favourite Baby Reveal of the last decade?!