Published: Thu, April 11, 2019

Prince Harry, Meghan want babys birth kept private

Prince Harry, Meghan want babys birth kept private

The royal couple are expecting their first child in late April or early May.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have chose to keep details around the birth of their baby private, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.

It's believed that Markle will not give birth in the Lindo Wing at St. Mary's Hospital but, according to a new report, she might have a home birth planned. "The Duke and Duchess look forward to sharing the exciting news with everyone once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family".

As a future king, William is expected to help mark great occasions, while Harry - sixth in the line of succession - has more leeway. There's been lots of coverage saying Meghan is wrong and snubbing the Queen's doctors.

Interestingly, the Queen gave birth to each of her children at home, either Buckingham Palace or Clarence House.

Harry is not in the same position and has followed the lead of his cousin Zara Tindall, mother of two girls, who did not announce the arrangements for her children's birth.

In one of those incredible coincidences, just hours before CBS News's announcement, King BFF Oprah Winfrey announced her partnership with Prince Harry in creating a mental-health series to launch next year on Apple, where Oprah has a deal.

At the beginning of the royal couple's relationship, blogs and outlets attempted to pick Markle apart and belittle her accomplishments due to the fact that she was a Black woman who grew up in the United States.

"Harry and Meghan have chose to keep plans around the arrival of their first baby private for now, but will facilitate a photocall around two days afterwards".

It was previously claimed that 37-year-old Meghan was favouring a home birth after leaving Kensington Palace for Windsor and moving into Frogmore Cottage with husband Harry.

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