Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s son won’t have commemorative royal merchandise unlike his cousins, Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis.

After the birth of Baby Sussex on May 6, a spokesperson for the Royal Collection Trust confirmed to The Independent that items such as mugs, tea sets and other things won’t be released following the royal baby’s arrival. But when Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis were born, a range of commemorative royal merchandise was made available for royal fans.

According to the spokesperson, the decision to not release products after Baby Sussex’s birth is in line with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s desire to break conventional royal traditions. Prince Harry and Markle have also decided to celebrate the birth of their son privately.

But just hours after their baby was born, Prince Harry stepped out of Frogmore Cottage to give reporters an update regarding his wife and son. He said that Markle and their baby are both healthy and doing well. He also said that they are still thinking about possible names for their baby.

The Duke of Sussex also told reporters that they will have the opportunity to meet Baby Sussex on Wednesday morning. This means that the baby would already be two days old before the entire world gets a glimpse of him.

This move was also different from what Prince William and Kate Middleton did in 2013, 2015, and 2018. Just hours after Middleton gave birth to Prince George, Princess Charlotte, and Prince Louis, the mom of three immediately stepped out of St. Mary’s Hospital’s Lindo Wing with her newborn child.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge followed in the footsteps of Princess Diana, who also introduced Prince William and Prince Harry to the world just hours after they were born.

Another tradition that Markle broke had to do with her decision to not give birth at St. Mary’s Hospital. The facility was also where Princess Diana gave birth to her two sons.

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The Duchess and Duke of Sussex are pictured on Jan. 14, 2019 in Birkenhead, United Kingdom. Danny Lawson/WPA Pool/Getty Images