Meghan Markle & Prince Harry's Baby Breaks Royal Rules with Birth Plan

Meghan Markle & Prince Harry's Baby Breaks Royal Rules with Birth Plan

The couple's decision to keep details of their baby's birth private, is not too dissimilar to that of Zara and Mike Tindall with their daughters Mia and Lena.

Samantha Markle, pictured with her half-sister actress and now Meghan Markle (right) in 2008. If so, she would not be the first royal to do so as Queen Elizabeth II did not give birth to any of her four children there nor did Sarah Ferguson.

The couple also has not revealed the gender of the baby or what they plan on naming him or her. Markle and Harry are expected to move to Windsor after the birth, so it is possible that our first glimpses of baby Sussex will be at their new home.

Wherever Baby Sussex is welcomed into the world it's thought that hands-on Harry plans to be by his wife's side when she goes into labour. With a keen interest in design and interior, the Duchess will no doubt have had a lot of involvement in the décor of their new home and will be using her time putting the finishing touches to the baby's nursery.

Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, Prince William nd Kate Middleton celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force in 2018.

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They said in their statement they were grateful for the goodwill messages they had received from around the world.

"William and Kate have fought an aggressive behind-the-scenes campaign to ensure that any paparazzi pictures of their children are not used by the mainstream British press". Speaking on a TV show titled CBS This Morning, Oprah said that the way Meghan Markle has been negatively portrayed is uncalled for.

So when will we see Baby Sussex for the first time?

"It's opportunity for them to take ownership of their child's privacy".

"They're calling the shots. And if I am lucky enough to have children, they can have one too". Beginning the next day, on 20 March, Meghan is known to have gone on her maternity leave, which means that almost a month had passed before the Palace statement arrived. The Mail on Sunday reported that Meghan had already broken with royal tradition by appointing her own delivery team without "the men in suits", a reference to gynaecologists working in the Royal Household.

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