Meghan Markle, Prince Harry break tradition with ‘private’ birthing plan

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The palace press office has announced very few details about their plans, refusing to comment on unconfirmed British media reports that Meghan may opt for a home birth. However, things are reportedly not fine between the couple and their staff.

With Markle and Harry moving to Frogmore Cottage shortly after the birth, there has been speculation that she will deliver the baby in a hospital near Windsor. They include a candid portrait taken of the Duchess and her mother Doria Ragland inside a Los Angeles hospital room on the day that Meghan was born. The staff was reportedly urged to use the King Edward VII public vehicle park on the other side of the Home Park, but it's a lengthy trek from the area around Frogmore Cottage.

The outlet also claims many members of the household would use the parking spots in order to "play golf, cricket and bowls at the royal club", but access to the vehicle park changed at the beginning of April.

And whether the little royal is a boy or a girl, the Duke didn't rule out them being a member of Future Youth Zone when they are old enough - responding "give it time!" to the question from a youngster. Also, the auto park would not be closed entirely but only fewer would be able to use it.

Speaking on the podcast, On Heir, Emily Andrews and Omid Scobie told fans that Markle does not want to take any photos after giving birth to her first child with Prince Harry.

"They are at very different situations in their lives", says a close family friend. So, no, Meghan Markle is hardly breaking royal protocol.

The staff was not expecting to receive text messages at that hour.

The move breaks from tradition in the royal family.

For Sarah-Jane Crawford, nothing is wrong with what Markle did. There, she revealed that she feels the way the Duchess of Sussex is being portrayed is "unfair".

Harry and Meghan now live on the grounds of Kensington Palace in London, the residence of William and Kate.

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