Published: Thu, April 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Pregnant Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reveal royal baby birth plans

Pregnant Meghan Markle and Prince Harry reveal royal baby birth plans

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have released a statement ahead of the birth of their first baby.

It also comes after Meghan and Harry moved out of Kensington Palace and in to their new Frogmore Cottage home in the grounds of Windsor Castle.

They are expecting their first child in late April or early May.

The new arrival will be seventh in line to the throne from birth.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex couldn't have chosen a more idyllic location for their pre-wedding babymoon.

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Meghan and Harry's baby could arrive any day now. The couple's new home was just recently finished, but many were anxious that their new house would not be ready before Meghan delivered. Both have in the past expressed deep misgivings about intrusive press coverage.

William and Kate staged public photocalls to present their newborns to the waiting press, and the comings and goings, by royals and the Middleton family, from St Mary's in London were screened live around the globe.

This would contrast with the births of the three children of his brother Prince William and his wife Kate, immediately after which the babies were shown off by the couple in front of the world´s media.

They mentioned several charities in particular, including The Lunchbox Fund, WellChild, Baby2Baby and Little Village, which all have different connections to the royal couple. Gray said: "There was this row where Meghan wanted this particular necklace, Harry said "Meghan gets what Meghan wants, ' and the Queen turned around and said 'oh, no, she doesn't. Which is when you see royals take control of the narrative". As for why: Andrews said in a second tweet that the couple wants to spend time with Baby Sussex before engaging in a photo-op.

Their decision means that it will be the first significant royal birth in decades which has not been accompanied by the circus of photographers, reporters and camera crews...

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