Overnight we finally got our first glimpse of Prince Harry and Meghan Marke's newborn son, Archie.
But before we got to see the youngster, royal fans were left outraged after a portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex holding their newborn was released online.
The illustration appears to show the 34-year-old first-time dad with his eyes crossed and the former actress struggling to deal with the baby boy crying.
While the drawing – which was shared to Instagram on a Meghan and Harry fan account - was supposedly meant to be a funny tribute to the new parents, a lot of royal enthusiasts were not impressed.
"This is awful," one person wrote in the comments section.
"You wanna do a funny drawing? That's fine, but don't portray them... with their eyes and as if she doesn't know how to carry a child," another angrily added.
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"I do not like this illustration of the Royal Sussex Family," another outraged fan wrote. "A brilliant and elegant couple that depicts a cross-eyed Prince, a loopy, distressed Princess and a hysterical crying Royal baby."
"Delete this" one commenter demanded, while another revealed they thought the "picture is trash".
The illustration was originally created by French studio Fairepart.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born in the early hours of Monday morning May 6, weighing 7lbs 3oz.
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