Will Meghan Markle Give Midwife-led Birth at Home in Frogmore Cottage?
The upcoming little baby Sussex is due anytime now. Since the time Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced the arrival of their first child, anticipations surrounding the upcoming baby by the Royal fans have had no bounds. One recent anticipation is “where will the royal baby be born?” Know more here.
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Where Will Meghan Markle Give Birth to Little Baby Sussex?
If the Royal traditions of birthing are to be traced, the Queen gave birth to all her children at home in either Buckingham Palace or Clarence House. Apart from this, many Royal babies including Prince Harry himself were born in an uber-luxurious maternity ward of a London hospital. However, if reports are to be believed, the Duchess of Sussex has reportedly opted to give birth at their new place in Windsor. This means that if suspicions are to be believed, Meghan Markle may not follow the four-decade-old tradition of St. Mary’s maternity ward.
According to Daily Mail, sources have revealed that Meghan has also planned to opt for a midwife-led homebirth in their new home at Windsor, where she has moved with Prince Harry. According to the British publication, the Duchess of Sussex is keen to follow the queen’s footsteps in giving birth at home. The publication also mentioned that despite Meghan’s bold move, the possibilities of the couple choosing a hospital cannot be ruled out, because of the inherent risks involved in giving birth after the age of 35, which might lead to the need for a cesarian or epidural delivery.
According to Daily mail, giving birth at home is Meghan’s “favorite choice,” as per the sources, and the rest depends on how things are going when the birth date comes around.
In an official statement, Buckingham Palace confirmed that the birthing will be kept personal. “Their Royal Highnesses have taken a personal decision to keep plans around the arrival of their baby private,” said the source, according to The Sun, adding that the Duke and Duchess will announce “once they have had an opportunity to celebrate privately as a new family.”
There have been numerous anticipations surrounding the little bundle of joy who is due in Spring 2019, implying this end of April or beginning of May. Lately, Meghan’s decision about growing baby Sussex as a vegan took rounds on the internet. The Queen was reportedly against the decision. Regarding the birth, we can wish the very best for the mother, irrespective of where and how she decides to give birth. What do you think? Where will Meghan Markle opt for birthing? Let me know in the comments.