According to Daily Mail, the Duchess of Sussex is planning to give birth to her and Prince Harry's first child at a maternity unit nearer to Windsor - where she and Harry will be moving to any day now. Although there are differences with norms in comparison to having royal blood and someone who does not have one, a person can still learn from it and can well adjust to the strict protocols if she or he is willing enough and most of all if given the chance and proper guidance.
She wasn't scolded over the party, the source added, but rather told that it wasn't the norm.
As for how the new addition will get on with his or her royal cousins, Thornton says: "Prince Louis has a Sun-Uranus conjunction [also] so I think Louis and Baby Sussex will be kindred spirits". "She'll be with Prince Harry and just the two of them and their precious little baby", Tamburri told Reuters.
This might be an advantage to Prince Harry and Markle's baby as he or she will enjoy "much more freedom".
Although Prince Harry and Markle's baby will only be seventh in line to the throne, Fitzwilliams believes that it won't lessen the global excitement over the newest member of the royal family. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made sure to make the special day of their fan extra special with their wishes.
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Writing on her lifestyle blog, Meghan told how her "free-spirited clinical therapist" mother took her to visit the slums of Jamaica and to see poverty in Mexico when she was just 10.
While the location of the royal baby's arrival has not yet been confirmed, Express UK has shared details of Meghan's birthing plan.
"She is a tremendous public speaker and she genuinely has a humanitarian heart".
The war widow has met Prince Harry three times, showing up to all of his latest engagements to support him and his wife, Meghan Markle.