Meghan Markle's dream burst: No birth in real house


When will the baby be born?
It was not until October 2018 that the Duchess's pregnancy was confirmed. The date of birth has never been officially reported. However, it is believed that the baby is born in late April or early May.

Where do you learn about birth?
Harry and Meghan want to enjoy the happiness of the family for themselves, as the palace announced this week. "They will share the joyous message with everyone after celebrating the birth of the family," writes the British Palace about the imminent birth. The first photos of the offspring will probably be posted to the new Instagram account of the two.

Does the baby receive a title of nobility?
If the descendants of Harry and Meghan can also call the princess or prince are still not right. The queen will decide about this after birth, as this is taken from a small part of royalty. This was the case of the children of Prince William (36) and Duchess Kate (37).

Where will Meghan give birth?
It has long been speculated that Duchess Meghan, like the Duchess Kate, is going to give birth to her daughter in the world-famous Lindo ward, at St. Mary's Hospital in London. Now, however, a new assumption seems more likely: to escape the media hype, Meghan must give birth on her own four walls at Frogmore Cottage in Windsor. The former actress wants to follow in the footsteps of the Queen (92), who gave birth to the four children at Buckingham Palace or Clarence House.

What place on the throne will the children of Harry and Meghan take?
Even if it can only be speculated, one thing is certain: the Royal Baby will occupy the seventh place on the throne of Prince Andrew (59). It's just a place behind Daddy Harry.

What name will the baby use?
For the genus and name, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan have not yet manifested. If it's for the English, the "Baby Sussex" should be called Diana or Elisabeth. If it's a boy, the names Arthur, Edward and James are very popular in the bookmakers. (BNR)


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