"They 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".
The stance, along with rumours in general have gained special attention online, with netizens reposting the assumptions as well as eagerly speculating about whether a royal member, who lives largely on British taxpayers' money, is entitled to privacy around child birth.
If they were planning on a hospital birth, it would seem unlikely that they would run the risk of news of the duchess's presence leaking out, leading to chaotic scenes outside the hospital as the media and public arrived uninvited. That's in sharp contrast to the births of Prince William and Duchess Kate's three children, for which the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge revealed their plans in advance of Kate going into labour. However, what's everyone forgetting here is that Queen Elizabeth has to approve of their choice first, so the question is, would she even let them name the baby Diana? They have just moved out of Kensington Palace into recently renovated Frogmore Cottage in Windsor.
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Celebrity journalist Ashley Pearson added that Markle is faced with difficulty because a lot of people want to dress like her and look like a princess.
Last month, while speaking at a panel on International Women's Day last month, Meghan spoke about how she deals with those types of stories. Their account broke a world record, gaining one million followers in less than six hours. He said: "I think she probably wants a girl".
It has been over two years since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry began their relationship. As there's no expectation for the child to have a full-time royal role, he or she is instead expected to carve out their own career. The legendary TV host appeared on CBS This Morning to promote her new collaboration with Prince Harry and came to Markle's defense for how the Duchess of Sussex is being portrayed.