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Meghan Markle baby due date

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Meghan Markle baby due date


Meghan Markle, 39, and Prince Harry, 36, revealed on Valentine’s Day that they were expecting their second child, a girl, and the Duchess of Sussex is expected to give birth shortly.

The Duchess has chosen not to publicize her due date. Neither Meghan nor Harry have provided any indication of exactly when the couple’s impending arrival may occur.


Nonetheless, royal insiders believe they have figured out when Meghan and Prince Harry’s child will be born.

During an interview with Oprah Winfrey with husband Prince Harry, Meghan simply stated that their baby daughter will arrive “this summer.”

However, considering the size of her tummy when she taped her address for the VAX Live event, there is little question that she will give birth soon. According to the Daily Beast’s Royalist newsletter, this might happen this month.



“The Royalist was always taught summer started in June, but there have also been rumours the baby was due sooner than that, so we think the answer is ‘any day now,'” the newsletter stated, as reported by Mirror.

Meanwhile, health experts predict Meghan Markle may have a “early and quick labour” due to her double-jointed fingers, a condition known as Hypermobility. Dr Adam Taylor, an anatomy expert at Lancaster Medical School, told The Sun that this hereditary trait might make the duchess’s birth simpler since it loosens the pelvic ligaments during pregnancy.

The Mirror also speculates that Meghan will give birth in a £2,800-per-night maternity suite in California.

According to the tabloid, she may choose Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Omid Scobie, a royal biographer, has also hinted to this.

During a Channel 4 programme, he stated, “There is a lot of speculation about where Harry and Meghan’s daughter might be born.

“Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles has some of the finest maternity suites in the country.”

Meanwhile, royal biographer Angela Levin has highlighted why the couple is unlikely to choose a conventional royal name for their newborn daughter.

However, she claims that the Duchess would be “proud” to name their second child Diana.

Diana, Elizabeth, Alexandra, and Grace are among the most popular names among bookmakers.

Ms Levin, author of Harry: Conversations with the Prince and royal expert, told the Mirror: “I’m sure they will call her Diana.

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