As Meghan Markle’s pregnancy progresses, details of her baby’s birth are coming to light. It turns out the Duchess may be welcoming her little one at the Lindo Wing, where both Kate Middleton and Princess Diana had their kids before her.
According to a source who spoke to The Telegraph, “staff at the Lindo Wing have been asked not to take holiday in April. Everyone thinks it’s got something to do with the royal baby but no one is confirming anything.” Considering there’s been plenty of rumors that the mom-to-be’s due date is in April, this sounds like it could be true.
Kensington Palace has only confirmed the royal baby will arrive sometime in the spring, but apparently, Meghan, 37, told a crowd in mid-January that she was six months pregnant at the time and expected to give birth in April. It looks like we’ll have to hope she or the palace reveals the baby’s birthplace soon. If not, we’ll know everything once the child is born, as it’s tradition for the royal family to release info the day of. In the past, Kate, 37, and Prince William have posed with each of their three children — Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 3 and Prince Louis, 9 months, in front of the famous hospital.
Diana also partook in this tradition when William, 36, and Prince Harry were born in the early ’80s. One may expect the former actress and the Duke of Sussex, 34, to keep tradition going with their own child, but these two have already gone a different way when it comes to other things, such as the sitter they hired. Instead of hiring Kate and William’s kids’ caretaker, the parents-to-be reportedly opted for Connie Simpson, who has worked with A-List celebs’ like George Clooney and Amal Clooney and Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel.
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