Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, could be planning to move to Africa after the upcoming birth of their first child, according to reports in British newspaper The Sunday Times.
Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, may look beyond the normal pool of royal nannies when selecting someone to care for their first child, according to a new report in the U.K.’s The Daily Mirror.
The lack of information around where Meghan will give birth has led to lots of speculation, including one (unconfirmed) theory that Meghan may choose to have a home birth.
Kensington Palace officials said in a statement Thursday that Harry and Meghan “look forward” to sharing the news of their baby’s birth once they have had a chance to celebrate privately as a new family.
The child of Meghan and Harry, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, could hold dual American and British nationality, a first for a royal baby. Here’s how else the new royal may make history in Britain’s royal family.
Special plans are being made to welcome the first child of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, in England.
All signs point to Prince Harry being a very hands-on dad to his first child with Duchess Meghan, but it was not always that way for fathers in Britain’s royal family.
As first time parents-to-be, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have plenty to worry about already, but thanks to the US tax system, there could be one more thing keeping Harry and Meghan and the new royal baby awake at night.
With Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, now in the final weeks of her pregnancy, it led us to imagine her sending Prince Harry out for castor oil or raspberry tea leaf extract — two other reported labor inducers — to help bring baby Sussex into the world.
The royal couple, who will celebrate their first wedding anniversary in May, launched their own account Tuesday.
Daphne Dunne, who was known around the world as a superfan of Prince Harry, has died at the age of 99.
In Meghan and Harry’s case, they are renovating a five-bedroom home, Frogmore Cottage, on the grounds of Windsor Castle, about 25 miles outside of London.
Kensington Palace staff are devoting more resources to deleting comments targeting Meghan, and blocking abusive Twitter and Instagram accounts. Software is being used to filter out the use of the n-word as well as emojis of guns and knives.
The Duchess of Sussex can be seen writing positive messages on banana skins while packing lunches for One25Charity’s outreach service.
With the basic cable show’s ninth and final season forthcoming, its creator says the newly minted royal — and soon-to-be mom — will not make a return.
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