Did Serena Williams Reveal the Sex of Meghan Markle's Royal Baby?

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Makes sense, right? Like for simple geography?

More controversially, according to the Daily Mail, Meghan has "snubbed" the Royal Household gynaecologists. Around that time, Meghan was dealing with her family back home who kept finding themselves in the media.

I see the British press are still fired up about Meghan Markle and her as they'd coin it "kooky" all -American wellness hippy yoga vibes - and her desire to have her childbirth handled her way.


Although royal gynecologists Alan Farthing and Guy Thorpe-Beeston won't lead the team, they will be present because the Queen's doctors aren't allowed to be completely excluded.

"Meghan said she doesn't want the men in suits", one source told the publication.

"But they keep making changes, particularly on the layout", the source said at the time.


"She's a woman who is seven months pregnant and she has been pursued and vilified and chased in the same way that Diana was, and it's history repeating itself". "How could anyone judge her for that?" "Who does she think she is?"

Doria won't stay for good, but she'll be on hand when she does visit.

Princess Anne was the first royal to give birth in the Lindo Wing when she welcomed her son, Peter Phillips, in 1977 - and opted to go to the same hospital to give birth to her daughter, Zara Phillips, in 1981. That seems reasonable, non?


That means that throughout the child's life, he or she will also have their assets and income exposed to U.S. taxes-including any "unearned income" over $2,100-until they are 18 years old, and have the opportunity to renounce their citizenship, if they choose to do so. Prince Philip was playing squash, FFS, when Prince Charles was born. Now, according to ~sources~ one of Meghan's other gal pals Amal Clooney has reportedly been helping the Duchess of Sussex throughout her journey to parenthood. "No, you're not. She was like, 'I need to talk to you about tips, ' because, yes, I had all of those high expectations".

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